Anna Maria Pirates Den
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... need to get an alarm system and then worry about it long distance. The Venetian Falls place. Beautiful inside, much newer than the other places we looked at, being sold furnished, lovely grounds, across the street from a beautiful club house and pool. Lots of activities, very low HOA fees BUT there is nothing special about it - no view except plants out the back. No Florida feel other than it would be warm and sunny. I know that doesn't make sense but I can't ...
... people, and Bill with the local golf course. I am looking online to find a place in Venice for February. Unless something happens between now and next winter and we buy something. Feb 4. In keeping with the theme of one day making a difference, I got an email from the realtor, Janet. I had asked her to arrange for one more trip thru 3 homes we liked in Plantation. I wanted another look before we left the area. I got a return email with ...
... names on the bowl grid for prizes, and Marla's name was called for the final game prize! She won a very cool beach chair and a $25 dinner certificate. Luckily, we stayed in Navarre one more day so we used our gift certificate for lunch the next day.
It's time to start driving west, so we made our way to Baton Rouge, LA, where we spent a couple nights. Another rainy day meant we went to the Mall of Louisiana where Marla shopped ...
... made a less than graceful entrance into the marina at Anna Marie due to overlooking markers and trying to avoid crab and very shallow water. But we arrived alive and were happy to be in beautiful Anna Marie.
We had initially planned on staying for three nights in Anna Marie. Turns out we only stayed one night for several reasons. In the first place, it is a very small island so that one day is easily enough to see most sights. You can ride a bike for about an hour and ...
... and sipped Margaritas in the sun, followed by a lunch on the deck at the Waterfront, then a tour of St. Armand's circle to see the $20,000 coffee table.
To come full circle, we four met up with Rick and Ardeth at the other Island Tiki bar and found them in full conversation with Scottish Billy, see earlier blog, who they had never met before but had done the whole 6 degrees of separation as neither party knew ...