Sara Sea Resort
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... You can see the lake from almost everywhere in the house. When I walked in today I actually felt an "ahhhh" looking out at the water. This is the only place in which I felt an emotional response on entering the house. There is such a feeling of the outside being part of the house BUT the house is older, the HOA fees are much higher and you have to join Plantation in order to have a club house and activities. So......no decision. I am going to try to rent here on Anna ...
... off to find a Michael's for some supplies to craft with all these shells. So far I've covered a wooden letter C with shells, made a picture frame for all 4 kids and built a tree with shells. And there are still plenty of shells left. We have signed up to rent a little house here for next January. 3 br 2 bath with a pool and fenced in yard. I am surprised that Paul is willing to come back but I think he knows he now has some tennis friends, the ...
... And it is totally true. A lot is so familiar but different at the same time. It was truly a wonderful, educational, eye-opening experience. If you're ever able to travel overseas (especially for an extended period) please do, it's so worth it. There are so many Westerners in Sihanoukville that Christmas and New Years were a bigger deal than we expected. All the big grocery stores had big trees up and were selling decorated gift baskets and turkeys and ...
... be ok. Maybe I can survive without being within walking or biking distance. Which takes us to the circles... Absolutely nothing has become clear about the future, other than I would be happy to be gone from Ohio during Jan and Feb. Some days it seems renting is the perfect answer. Other times it sounds wonderful to have our own place. There are several places we considered buying very seriously, but never felt sure it was the ...
... Siesta Key Beach plays every Sunday in Sarasota, about an hour or two before sunset.
This is not a commercial event but a local phenomenon that apparently began spontaneously and now has a life of its own. It is free-form drumming, open to the public and entirely improvised in-the-moment. A very informal gathering of like minded drummers.