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February 16, 2012
Overland Park,, Kansas
January 29, 2004
From journal A WINTER ESCAPE TO FLORIDA-PART ONE
by Mary Dickinson
April 27, 2003
My interest in Titusville on this visit was the treasure coast about 30 miles south on Route 1. This was as close as we could get to it.Best Things About the Resort:There is a lot of room inside and it is clean and comfortable and in good condition. The outside is not as attractive, but don't let that discourage you. There are sliding glass doors in the rear that overlook a wildlife area and big cranes swoop down and blend right into the habitat. You can sit outside in the linai and enjoy watching them. There is an outside pool and even though it was winter people were enjoying it on the warmer days. We had a nice, new, clean kitchen with more room than most timeshares and a window opening to the dining area to make serving easier. A glass top table gave it that sparkle I like in Florida timeshares. I also liked the white tiled floors in the living/dining room and kitchen because it has a tropical appeal. If you had more than four people staying here the fifth and sixth persons would be okay sleeping on the pullout couch because there is a TV in the two bedrooms and a bathroom opening up to the living room. The laundry was right outside our unit and seem to be available most of the time, however it was coin operated. Resort Experience:We wanted to get close to the treasure coast and Titusville was as near as we could get in timeshare accommodations that time of the year. I had made a study of the treasure coast the year before when we were in Florida and was anxious to be in the area. We had to drive 30 miles south on Route 1 to get into the vacinity.
I was particularly interested in Sebastian. There are museums in that area explaining all about the sunken Spanish gallions. If you want to hunt for treasure that's where the beaches are, but I can gaurantee you they are well-picked over, but it's so much fun to look right where the treasure went down. The treasure coast continues from Sebastian to Ft. Pierce.
From journal Hunting Treasure Off The Coast Of Florida
by Valerie L.
Sterling Heights, Michigan
January 11, 2003
From journal Vacation Villas Villany