Start your day with a cup of coffee from the sun-porch for a ring-side seat to the parade of Dolphins, Manatees, and the resident Blue Heron in this delightful canal front condo. Watch the kayakers and paddle boarders glide by. Barbeque and dine at the canal-side patio, splash in the pool, or take a short, two-block walk to Treasure Island's widest beach on the Gulf of Mexico.
Other fun? Loads of bars, bistros, boat rentals, bike rentals, and shops are walking distance along Gulf Boulevard. Our favorite for a feel of spring break (literally for all ages) is Caddy's, a mile south. Enjoy this beach front, open air bistro inside, or out on the sand. Want a walk-around venue? John's Pass is a mile to the north. It's at a gulf/intercoastal connection offers a number of restaurants, shops, and just plain fun stuff withwonderful water views.
Tired at the end of the day? Relax with a glass of wine and watch the canal activities from the sunporch.
Inside fun? Three smart TV's with 50-60 "regular" channels plus open Netflix. Plenty of board games, cards, puzzles and books at book-shelf central for a quieter time. Or, have a little unfinished business? There's a work station with printer and charging cables for your phones, i-pads, and such.
Renovations started (see pics), more to follow in the fall, but it's ready to go for the rest of the summer.
(Note: Saturday to Saturday reservations only in March-Mid April)