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November 9, 2005
From journal Fall in Palm Coast Florida
by Mary Dickinson
December 27, 2004
Most timeshares in Florida have tropical furnishings, and the Harbor Club at Palm Coast was no exception. The full kitchen had lots of storage space, new full-size appliances, and a wide counter that opened to the dining room. A bundle of bamboo that was painted white was cut off and used for a table base, giving a lacy look to the center of the table in the dining room. Chairs were painted white to match. The brocade-upholstered full-size couch that pulled out to a queen-size bed matched the bamboo armchairs in the living room (that was open to the dining room), and a large television was hidden in an armoire. All the rooms in the unit had sliding glass doors leading to the veranda.
A comfortable king-size bed, with a mirrored headboard, was placed catty-corner in the master bedroom, which also had a double dresser and a television. A deep Jacuzzi, glassed-in shower, long vanity counter with two sinks, closet, and closed-off toilet made the master bath particularly pleasing. Vertical blinds in the second bedroom in front of the sliding glass doors leading to the screened-in veranda gave that beautiful room an enchanting look when the sun shone through the blinds. It had a queen-size bed, bamboo end tables, and a triple dresser and television, and it was nicely decorated. A convenient full-size bathroom was nearby in the hall, as was a full laundry.
The resort offered wine-and-cheese night and a pizza party. Within sight was the town park with an activity center. Everybody at the resort walked down to watch the Christmas Boat Parade. Boat rentals were available. There is a good shopping center about 2 miles away with a Publix and restaurants, and if you cross Route 95 (a short distance west), you will find a Super Wal-Mart.
From journal Delightful Historic St. Augustine
Goose Creek, South Carolina
July 13, 2004
There are multiple on site amenities to keep you busy. Some of them include shuffle board, putt-putt (the course needs to be resurfaced), tennis, ping-pong, swimming, pool, biking and volleyball. Should you choose to leave the resort you will find the town of Palm Coast is very quiet and relaxed. The beaches are not overpopulated and noise is never an issue.
From journal Finding Florida
by DAN CRIST
June 3, 2003
The problem I had with the whole experience was that the resort was not full, but yet we were placed all the way in the back across from the maintenance house, which was not a great location. We were woken up daily by people working and doing their job. I did leave a message with the resort manager to call me, but NO call - I guess he was too busy.
From journal Sun in Palm Coast Florida