Pierview Hotel & Suites
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
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... Saturday was spent relaxing by the pool, walking and hitting the driving range. What a relaxing day! This morning we were on the road by 9 a.m. and headed 4 hours south to Fort Myers. We had a great visit with Terry and Mary DeWyre who are staying the winter down here. After a two hour visit of chatting, cocktails and snacks we were back on the road south to ...
... Bill Watson aboard <i>Kittiwake</i>, Whit (and hopefully Bill) Procter in Key Largo, Ken & Florence Cooper (again) in Melbourne, and Terry and Dianna (our southbound cruise friends) in Jacksonville. We'll try to arrive Oriental the last week in March to dewinterize <i>Rhiannon</i> and do an annual haul out for bottom painting. I hope Maggie and I can get together for a sail to Ocracoke sometime mid-summer. On April ...
... necessitated renting cars and staying in motels to meet our flight schedules. Except for my not being able to sit in a car for long periods, we managed this okay but "life on the road" really didn't suit us. Getting settled in Maggies nice condo gave us welcome relief from this grind. On arrival here we spent a week or so simply unwinding, enjoying the beach, checking out movies and good restaurants, and planning the remainder of winter. We visited my friends, Ken and ...
... had it transferred to me. Hopefully, most of the expense will be covered by the warranty.
Kudos to KMart for exceptional customer service!! I have had so much fun with the borrowed bike, I decided to buy one for the rest of my journey. Kmart had a sale on bikes but no
women's were in stock; they gave me a rain check. I called Larry in the bike department several times but none of the sale bikes came in. Today, on Christmas Eve, I asked Larry if the manager ...
... all out with the deserts - a veritable symphony (to use one of the guests phrases) of pecan pie, pumpkin pie, key lime pie, chocolate cake and a vanilla sponge decorated like a festive turkey with a pilgrim hat and everything. Someone made a comment about how this blog seems to contain rather a lot of references to food… e-hem.. yes…
For this plentiful dinner we were most thankful… and full!