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May 16, 2005
It certainly wasn't luxurious, but the facilities were clean and pleasant, with a helpful staff. Our room was on the small side, but had a comfortable queen-size bed, closet, and dresser. It also had a small kitchenette with a refrigerator, two-burner stove, and sink. The air-conditioning worked very well, an essential item for spending a few days in July in Florida! Our room overlooked a common patio and boats docked on the Intracoastal Waterway, which was pleasant, although a little noisy later in the night, when some guests sat out there talking after we had gone to bed. The location was convenient to the main beach avenue and very close to a number of restaurants and shopping. It wasn't a long taxi ride to the pier.
The room came with a continental breakfast, but it wasn't the highlight of our stay! In the very small lobby, a cabinet was set up with a toaster and loaves of bread and English muffins but not much else besides coffee and juice. With just some wicker chairs in the lobby, the only place to eat was back in the room.
Wish You Were Here Inn is an okay place to stay if you’re not up for paying $100 per night at the more well-known locations and don't mind an older facility with basic amenities.
From journal Enchanting Cruise to the Western Caribbean
SAN DIEGO, California
September 25, 2003
From journal The Florida Loop