Palm Garden Beach and Tennis Estate
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Nokomis
... Happily, all of us got to our destinations safely!
It was time to rest on Monday, September 15. We slept late and visited the market in the square, just a few steps from our apartment. It was fun to shop for prunes (ever had a fresh one?), plums, grapes and postcards. All week we had noticed posters advertising the ...
... lies Boca Grande (Big Mouth) Pass, one of the deepest natural channels in Florida where tarpon are abundant. At the center of the island lies the nucleus of this little community, The Historic Village of Boca Grande.
Here, “Main Street” still exists with no stop lights, no billboards, no high-rises and no fast-food chains. You will find, however, unique shops and art galleries, casual and fine dining ...
... and ended up in the Microtel for our entire visit. The first POD arrived the day after we did. On first assessment, it was obvious there wasn't enough room. When the movers arrived on day 3, they were initially optimistic but soon changed their minds which led to another, smaller POD scheduled for delivery the next day. We decided not to reschedule ...
... wafting by. This is a very wetland area, alligators and mozzies abound, they close the outdoor bar before dusk before the clients get driven out by the mozzies the lady told us!
as we neared Pt Charlotte we came across a massive funeral procession going in the opposite direction. There were many people out on he highway side with US flags and placards and balloons tied to lamp posts. We found out later the parade was the funeral of a policeman Sgt ...
... so we didn't swim but it was a warm day and the surrounding area was beautiful. There was a pier along the beach as well which was nice to see. I dropped my camera in the water while walking back from the pier which darkened my mood, but overall it was a nice ...