We like quiet and privacy. At first, the natural exclusion from the group was offensive, then we got to know them in the pool and other outdoor activities and they knew where the best restaurants were. We found, through them, a great little restaurant called The Wharf, on Pass-a-grill Boulevard.
Our unit was small but the furniture was tropical in design and in good condition. Our bedroom had a sliding glass door that led to a private fenced in patio with a gate to the pool area. The door from the living room, dining room, and kitchen led to nicely landscaped outdoor patios, two shuffle board courts, a Jacuzzi, and gas grills. There were plenty of lounge chairs for those who just wanted to sit and enjoy the ocean.
The partial kitchen was badly constructed and the limited space was cluttered with many, mostly unnecessary, gadgets and small appliances owned by the resort. We had a closet for our things that was away from the kitchen area.
by Mary Dickinson
November 19, 2005
From journal Vacations on the Gulf Side of Florida