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Each year, we look forward to another fabulous vacation and this past one, did not disappoint.
We started our vacation with a nature hike, down near Stump Pass Beach. It was so beautiful. Almost as beautiful as the gorgeous sunsets. Truly breathtaking.
Falling asleep, each night, to the sound of the Gulf, was so very relaxing.
We enjoyed our breakfast, each morning, on our private balcony, just steps from the Gulf. Sitting there watching the diving pelicans and swimming dolphins, was truly amazing.
We got up early one morning, to watch the sunrise, on the bay side. We had our own private dolphin show and the fish start jumping, just as the sun comes up. It was an awesome experience.
We love the new gas grills at Sunburst. We BBQ’d steaks and ate dinner on the balcony, as the sun went down. It was magical.
We had everything we needed, at the condo and the accommodations were more than comfortable.
Each evening we’d go to one of the local venues to enjoy a night cap, while listening to live music. There are quite a few places to go to, within a quarter mile. Very convenient.
I highly recommend this rental. I can hardly wait until next November, when we get to go back.
LOVED the rental. Clean, convenient, comfortable, and everything you could want. We did have a major issue with the beach a block away. The book inside the rental property told of beach access a couple doors down, so we got the beach chairs out of the shed (nice touch), and went to the beach. What you aren’t told, and this really needs to be in the rental book, is that most properties across the street have deeds that say that their property extends to the water. Which means forget about setting a chair up, or even standing still. We got evicted three times. Two of those we never saw a private property sign on. Finally gave up and went to the public Englewood Beach, which is only a mile away. Stump Pass beach is closer, but parking is very limited. So don’t plan on using the beach across the street.