Palm Garden Beach and Tennis Estate
Travel Blogs from Nokomis
... over to the pier. We walked the length of the pier (in the rain). I imagine it to be a very lovely spot on a sunny day. The next stop was Siesta Beach. Same deal here, more rain. We walked a bit on the beach. This beach has been named # 1 in the country in the past and I can see why. The final stop on the keys was Lido Beach. Another pretty spot, we were able to walk a bit ...
... and was a nice break from cars and traffic.
We rode from the point at Placida Bunkhouse to the Coral Creek Bridge...a hefty ride by any means.
It was a gorgeous day and our ride was complete with iguana and eagle sightings, along with lots of fish, heron and pelicans at the ...
Life on Palm Island sure seems to be very simple, and it is a great escape from the rest of the world.
If you are looking to walk on a beach where the footprints you made yesterday will still be there tomorrow, where you can watch the dolphins and manatee play while you are fishing into the surf, and where you can relax in the sun and the sand away from the crowds and off the beaten path, this is ...
... in a couple of months to a different hotel. I'm excited about this overnight because we don't have to be at the airport till 5:45 pm tomorrow so my cousin Cheri who I consider my sister was coming in the morning and we were going to go get breakfast and then to the ...
... s doing very well in this business.
I have thought it might be appropriate to comment on some of the differences about the US that I have observed.
For instance - there are rather different rules in restaurants. Salads and coleslaws listed with main courses, get delivered to the table first, and will sit there waiting until eaten, before the rest of the main is brought from the kitchen ( unless we ask specifically for them to all come together, which we often forget to ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking