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May 23, 2005
From journal Honeymoon in Sanibel
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
April 6, 2002
From journal Escape to the Island
January 5, 2002
We stayed in a one bedroom condo, which was nicely furnished with a living/dining area, a well-equipped kitchen, and a small bedroom. There were TV/VCR units in the living room and bedroom. Our room was not oceanfront, but had a partial ocean view.
The resort itself is a full-service complex with several pools, tennis courts, and restaurants in all prices ranges. The grounds are well-kept and nicely landscaped with flowers and shrubs. There is an extensive video library for rentals
One interesting and unique thing about the resort is its Eco-center. Kids (of all ages) can visit the center and learn about Sanibel''s unique habitat. They can touch some of the creatures and watch during feeding times.
Because we enjoyed our condo kitchen so much, we did not try any of the on-site restaurants. One of them, "Windows on the Water" is reputedly one of the best restaurants on Sanibel. It has a stunning ocean view and the menu looked great.
The only downside to Sundial is the somewhat Soviet appearance of the building exteriors, which look like Seventies-era concrete architecture. However, the units are charming inside and the resort facilities are family oriented and top quality.
From journal A Sanibel Island "Safari"