Rolling Waves Cottages
Travel Blogs from Longboat Key
... the common element, were about to descend upon them. So we formed a Canadian group of seven and quaffed a few Bikini Babes and Margaritas with the odd light beer for good measure.
Later in the week we will visit a few of our favourite haunts one last time and begin the process of trying to get everything back into the Forester.
All things considered it has been a wonderful winter which we hope to reprise in 2015. ...
... and the Intracoastal
The entrance sign says it is
certified as a "Blue Wave" beach by the Clean Beaches Council. Not sure exactly what this means but it was a different beach than many of the others in that it was more natural and certainly more rugged.
Heavy surf, lots of sandpipers and ring necked gulls. We plan to stop again and maybe try to find a shark tooth or two.
... halfway to Naples, to meet the other half of our yearly "golf friends" trip. Parisis (Pennsylvania) and us (native and future North Carolina) met Schmidts (Michigan) and Merritts (South Carolina) for cocktails and dinner. Had a great time, beautiful day. We re-fight the War of Northern Aggression every year at a different location - the girls all enjoy each others' company, and the guys love to golf together. It is a highlight of the year!
Well holiday is running down so we are jamming in as much as we can. We extended our car rental for two more days so that we can have more beach time. We may live near the ocean but it's not like the Florida beaches. We have seen dolphins and sting rays, one was actually leaping a few feet out of the water catching a new wave. They finally fixed ...
The beauty of booking with them is they have a reasonable one-way fare structure. Since our travel plans are always in flux it's a great option for us. They also connect with many domestic European destinations so we'll be traveling with them when we go to Alicante!
Once we're arrive in Stockholm we'll be staying in our new apartment! It is unfurnished at ...