Pearl Beach Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... able to roam freely around a small town. I imagine him riding his schwinn bicycle along the tree-lined streets, the hot air slicking back his hair, without a care in the world…it's a nice image and I hang onto it as we continue to drive. Marcus's parents, two brothers and sister-in-laws, and an aunt and uncle still live in Arcadia, so visiting is always a fun family affair. Marcus and I love catching up on the latest family and ...
... gentleman told us about Italian parking: “White lines mean free parking, blue lines mean pay parking!” Nice to know, but it can be difficult to locate the place to pay. We viewed the villa and gardens on Isola Bella from the shore and felt like we were gawking at the mansions back home as we drove the winding road. ...
... and Larry. Recent "empty nesters" they made us feel very welcome! Their home is comfortable and cozy and their hospitality was second to none. Larry cooked, we contributed dessert and we enjoyed their company immensely. What kind and generous people they are.
They had friends arriving from Sudbury and even invited us back to meet them. We shared a fantastic "Thanksgiving ...
... is lined with colourful hire umbrellas-
30 dollars a day hireage for the umbrella and 2 sun lounger’s. Not quite sure why you would not bring your own, as vehicles are allowed to drive right onto the beach - leaving your vehicle about 20 feet from the beach side. Cars on one side and sunbathers on the waters edge.
The last morning we managed a 5 km walk up and down the beach , with swims in the pool to follow. Our last evening ...
... also has green thumbs and every summer we enjoy his gorgeous flowers. We gathered at his house to sample burgers, bratwurst, sister-in-law Jeanne’s salad and mud pie (and my pies) plus lots of kids and lots of fun. That’s what family is all about. Linda, Jeanne and I walked up the hill to survey the damage from the June 21 flood. Who ever thought it could flood in Duluth? But a rain just days before ...