Punta Gorda (PG) Waterfront
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... of Nancy's artwork and Dave's tools and projects. Nancy greeted us with a pasta lunch. wine and gin and tonics. Lazing about the pool allowed us to catch up on each other's adventures over the past several months.
That afternoon we headed out for a tour of the area. We did the drive by tours of housing developments, yacht harbors and scenic views. That evening ...
Waiters will convert restaurant checks to dollars upon request -- we never had anyone refuse. We kept a converter app on our tablet so we knew approximately how much it should be. At the time of our travel in April of 2014, one dollar would buy 2.78 soles.
Be aware in some of the rural areas it will cost you one sol to use the bathroom facilities, and you pay before you go. Sometimes when you pay, ...
Wow..so many of these towns can be described as "quaint."
Historic Punta Gorda may be the epitome of quaint...it is small town Florida along the water with a charming downtown, antique street lamps, swaying palms, brick lined streets, restored period homes.
Fishermen's Village is a kind of waterfront mall with boutiques, live music, and cruises departing from the docks.
... showers, dress and take off at 11:30 AM. Drive to Punta Gorda took 3 1/2 hours - a straight shot south on Rt. 75 with a stop for lunch and a stretch at Bradenton . Arrival at Sheraton FourPoints Resort just at the bridge spanning Charlotte Harbor. Registered, settled in to our room on 4th floor with view of the water. Unpacked and explored the features of the hotel, swimming pool, restaurant, and TT Tiki Hut on the water was just setting ...
... the pillars and while Larry was inside checking us in, a woman walked over and said, "Wow, you're really loaded up to go somewhere!" After Larry came out we spent better than a half-hour sharing of our tour and she of her 'kayak tour that she was readying for from here to Miami via the Everglades. By the time we got up to our room where we had to order up a fridge to keep our food, and got cleaned up and settled in, and ready for the next (OUR LAST) day, it ...
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