Captain Pip's Marina & Hideaway
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Adjoining Rooms
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Captain Pip's Marina & Hideaway
TripAdvisor Reviews Captain Pip's Marina & Hideaway Marathon
Travel Blogs from Marathon
... favorite constellation after the Southern Cross) hanging bright and beautiful right over the ocean. The almost full moon lit up the night sky like a giant floodlight, dappling the water’s surface with a million points of light (stars on the water).
On Wednesday June 11th we drove all the way down to Key West, the southernmost point in the continental United States. Except it isn’t, because it’s an island, connected to mainland Florida by a ...
... had to ask my handsome Captain to cast off their lines in spite of having a large crew. Evidently they could not reach their dock lines from their giant boat.
We only stayed two nights in Venice because it is a very small town. You can pretty much see it all in a day. There is a nice beach but the sand is rough and the waves are big. I am told Venice Beach is one of the best place to find shark's teeth and was hoping to find some of those puppies. Unfortunately, a ...
... Now I just realized we went to the wrong place! I made reservations at another dockside place one marina over! LOL! No wonder they couldn't find the name. I asked the waitress if it was as bad as it looked and she said no. We chose to eat dockside.Now it's amazing that these great restaurants we've been at all look like dives from the outside, but get inside and ...
... winter too. As I type these words into my trusty iPod, I'm being eaten alive by mosquitos. I forgot they existed until today. These Mosquitos are cocky. They don't know how lucky they are to live in year-round summer. My mind is empty today like it is in the summer. I am very happy... the original definition of 'happy' (full of contentment.) I have just left my campfire and settled on my air mattress in the tent. A cool breeze is blowing. I can see the moon, ...
... a full hour under water, see all kinds of stuff, and still come up with about 1500 psi of air. I am posting all my underwater pictures from today with this post. Hopefully, since this is the first time I've used this blog. I'll buy a drink for whoever can name the most fish, accurately. The only things I didn't get a picture of were the dolphins we saw on the ride out and coming in. Never could time the picture right to get them when ...