Coquina On The Beach
Travel Blogs from Sarasota
... restaurant for lunch and for yet another trip to Bealls. The substitute game Friday was Pirates Twins under cool overcast, so not exactly what I envisioned when I ordered the tickets. Live and learn, best to go day of and buy bleacher seats. Next year we will be wiser.
Back at the Bali Hai, we met Dick's in laws Linda and Mike from the sunset parties at the Tiki Bar and enjoyed many sunset chats with them last ...
Paul has played a few times at a local course called Oyster Creek but he has been itching to play some of the "nicer" courses nearby.
Two of these courses are Boca Royale and Riverwood. Both get excellent ratings and Riverwood is rated 15th in the entire state of Florida.
Riverwood is a Golf Digest 4 1/2 star course that is truly unique as a result of its design features, natural beauty and varying challenges. (so ...
Casperson Beach is a bit different from many of the others we have seen thus far.
It is recognized as one of the
most enjoyable shelling beaches in the area and an excellent spot to find
prehistoric sharks’ teeth but we did not do any shelling here.
There are nature trails traveling through freshwater
and saltwater marshes, mangrove areas, and tidal flats, and excellent ...
... plentiful and free. We began at the historic Venice train station.
Within about five miles there were three parks, Nokomis, Laurel and Scherer, all with water and restrooms.
Of course, the issue for us (as always) is after riding several miles in each direction ... we return to our little dock and enjoy food and ...
... small, although the space is 10,000 square feet, there are only about five small rooms with a few pieces. Although small, it was still amazing to see.
After the Chihuly exhibit we headed towards John’s Pass on a recommendation. Unfortunately this was a major fail. We put an hour in the meter thinking we may have to come back to put more time in but quickly realized that we did not even need an hour. We were expecting a cool boardwalk with little ...