The Waterfront Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... s with a cold 25 mph wind. Very chilly day for this time of the year.
People use gas powered golf carts like they are cars. The entire property is laid out to be very golf cart friendly with dedicated paths and tunnels under busy traffic circles.
We finished our grand tour of The Villages today by visiting a number of "open house" homes ...
... We were able to watch some of the players (e.g. Zach Johnson) practicing their driving strokes from there.We visited the merchandise tent before heading off on the course. In true American fashion the homes lining the course were drop dead gorgeous. We walked as far as the first nine holes watching various pairings. Thankfully it was cloudy so we did not boil in the sun.
Richard had made sandwiches so we elected to sit in ...
Today was our last full day in the Villages for this trip. We decided that given we are off to Thunder Bay Wednesday we better leave ourselves some contingency room for the return trip to Mississauga.
It dawned another beautiful day and Richard played the Allamanda and Hibiscus courses of Cane Garden for his finale. I spectated again as the Hibiscus course in particular is adjacent to nature preserve and I ...
... I take Zumba) and to get some gas. It seems to evaporate down here. Later I joined Richard as a Spectator (it costs $3.50 to ride the cart which also costs $3.50 because you are supposed to walk the course) on the Mira Mesa Executive Course which was very pretty and in a section of the older villages that I had never visited before. One of the other three gentlemen Richard golfed with (all from ...
... other activities - Zumba Gold, going to the pool and viewing Open Houses.
Yesterday I saw three. I started with a very nice Designer home in the Village of Sunset Pointe (asking $349,000), then proceeded to another Designer home in the Village of Winifred (asking $209,900) and then went to the Village of Duval where I viewed a Ranch Home (asking $189,900). I couldn't resist the middle home as the agent was "Laura" and the Village was "Winifred". Earlier I visited ...