Miramar Beach Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... I get the tiny flag, I don't care.
Apart from that, not much. The gathering at Bathurst sounds wonderful. Gin tastings - now we're talking turkey! I had a moment of homesickness, but Peter's photos reassure me that home is still there. We went on a bus trip around Sarasota this afternoon. Not a beautiful City - more of a vast retail outlet. Mall after Mall surrounded by car parks. We ...
We arrived in Naples, both shaken and stirred, at about midday on Saturday the 28th. Ken topped up with fuel and water at the City Dock, while I rang Border Security. They said that we had to present ourselves at the Airport in Fort Myers within 24 hours. Back out to sea. You wouldn't think that 22 miles was that far, but motoring into a 25 knot headwind for five hours is not fun. Nevertheless, we were ...
First we wake up. Then the stressful decisions begin. A beach walk or a bike ride? Hang out at the Beach or Pool? Maple bacon donut or key lime pie donut? Then there's lunch menu to decide. Then is it the Barefoot Tiki Bar or the Bridge Tender Tiki Bar? Or Martinis on the deck! Or by the pool? Or Margaritas? Then in for dinner or out for dinner? Who cooks? Which restaurant? Shave or not? Life with Rick and Ardeth this week has ...
... quite tasty) and a mango daiquiri - mmmmmm. Then we drove back to Carabelle and looked around a. It. It's obviously a fishing town although it's seen more prosperous days. You can tell things were better at one time - lots of buildings empty, abandoned ones and evidence of new house developments started (roads, landscaping, lights) but no houses. Rick spoke with a fellow who just bought vacant lot for $60,000. He said in 2005 land was in great demand here and it ...
... Kathe’s restaurant. It was a full size statue of a fisherman pulling in fish netting. It served as a memorial to the fishermen of Cortez and also the veterans of this diminutive fishing village. Behind the statue lay a historical marker adorned with the history of Cortez. After reading the sign I walked further down the road to the U.S. Coast Guard’s gates and peered through to catch a glimpse of the bay, which seemed to be busy with ...