There are trolleys galore to get around, and a lot of things within walking distance. We were able to get coffee supplies, food to grill and simple grocery items. We also took a dinner cruise on the Calypso Breeze from there that I highly recommend. The beach is fantastic! You can walk on it for miles Sunrises are pretty and some of the sunsets were amazing! There are public chairs that go with the condo building that you can use or there were chairs and umbrellas in the condo to use The pool area was very nice and we were in it a few times.
Very clean and well kept, but not so much chlorine that it was obvious.
The grills are for condo public use and are pristine We sat outside at the public tables many nights and enjoyed the view and chatting with some of the other guests. The managers live on site and are very nice! They had recommendations and directions for just about everything we asked about.
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This Condo has everything you need to make your holiday memorable. We were 4 adults and there was still room for another 2. The Condo is set up to make it feel like you are in someone's home and not like it's just another rental pad.
We would highly recomend this place to anyone looking for that home away from home. Had a great experience! Would definitely recommend.
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Janet and the property management were wonderful. We loved all the added touches beach towels, chairs and toys for the beach. Great location walking distance to John Pass and several restaurants. We had a great Christmas week at this property. The condo is very well-run with a heated pool, easy beach access, lots of condo-owned beach chairs and a box full of toys on the beach access ramp.
You are within walking distance of a lot of stuff, Lisa's cafe was a great breakfast spot, John's Pass has just about everything you want restaurants, gifts, ice cream, boat rides, parasailing, waverunners, etc You may only have to drive to Winn-Dixie or Publix and there is a Winn-Dixie in walking distance but it's over a mile away. The unit is very well decorated and has lots of beach chairs, towels, etc.
It's also on the 1st floor above the parking level so access to the condo via stairway is easy and usually quicker than the elevator.
We definitely enjoyed our stay at this condo. The location on the beach and close to a lot of stores and restaurants is ideal. The condo had almost everything we needed. The only glitch was that the clothes dryer wasn't working while we were there but the building manager volunteered to dry anything that we needed. There are several examples in the copy I received. I thank the author and LibraryThing for a compimentary copy. Jun 18, Ceh rated it liked it. I really enjoyed the first one [Time Ahead] but found this one a little confusing and disjointed. I am considering going back and reading both back to back to see if that may help.
Jun 25, Joseph rated it liked it Shelves: e-books , reading-challenge I thoroughly enjoyed volume one of the Memoirs of Being series titled Time Ahead,and I actually enjoyed this 2nd volume as well, although I have a couple of complaints, which I will get to shortly. This story is in keeping with the theme of the series- the evils of technology I am assuming. In Part one, our protagonist wakes up after a century of slumber to find that humans have been supplanted by Transhumans-a race of super humans made superior by technology. In this volume, the main character a I thoroughly enjoyed volume one of the Memoirs of Being series titled Time Ahead,and I actually enjoyed this 2nd volume as well, although I have a couple of complaints, which I will get to shortly.
In this volume, the main character awakens in a different plane of existence, in a parallel world from almost two centuries in the past. In the Parallel world, in the city of Medira, society is living in the year using 19th century technology, and is ruled by a priestly elite that has found a way to view other planes of existence, in the process causing a catastrophic event. If I went any farther than this, you will have no need to read the book, since it is a wisp of a story, but I will say that the ending is a combination of disappointing, and thought provoking both frustrating and exhilarating.
Which brings me to my complaints. This, as with the first volume, is a very short read, about 90 pages-it is more of a novella. I can see great potential in the story-line,and Mr.
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King's writing. I wish that he would flesh it out more, because there are so many questions about characters, events and locations in my mind. Conversely, I can see a plus side to this problem. The story as it is, is really interesting, and quite disturbing in some ways. I am still asking myself questions about this book, a week after reading.
So perhaps Robert King is a crafty trickster after all. I may not have found this chapter as compelling as the first, but it has merit, and I am anxious to read the forthcoming 3rd and final volume to the trilogy. I am hoping that it ties everything together somehow. It will be interesting to re-read volumes one and two again before reading 3 when it arrives, perhaps there will be an AHA moment.
Feb 15, Sam rated it did not like it. Medira is about a man who wakes up with no memory. Medira is a place where progress doesn't exist beyond 19th century technology.
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Sounded good but is so confusing that I just didn't get it. Maybe if it were longer than 83 pages and it could get into more detail it would make sense. But the story jumps from here to there and starts to explain then jumps to something else. I just didn't get it or like it.
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