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Waters Edge Cdd

16906 Rivers Reach Blvd,
Parrish, FL

Captain Hirams Resort

1580 US Highway 1,
Sebastian, FL
The evolution of Capt Hiram's history as a waterfront resort and restaurant
is truly a unique story. The property was purchased by Tom Collins in 1986, who partnered with Martin Carter and Jimmy Hoffman to open, what was then known as Sebastian Inlet Marina. Since then it has grown from a small marina into the area's largest waterfront resort and restaurant. With the growth of the resort came the addition of owners Liz and Mickey Capp in 2001. Capt Hiram's River Raw Bar opened on June 1, 1987 with just 28 seats. The restaurant has expanded continuously over the years, and now seats in excess of 500 people. The upstairs waterfront banquet and meeting facilities and The Tiffany Room replaced the apartment that housed the original owners, prior to the purchase by Tom, Martin and Jimmy.

In the mid 1990's the SandBar was added and that casual part of the operation has continuously expanded, most recently with the addition of the Coral Bar, Scoops, Bimini Beach and the Grand Sand Bandstand. The marina has also evolved over the years, growing from a facility having approximately 14 boat slips to what now comprises a full service marina, with 60 slips, our ship's store and transient facilities for our boating guests.

The hotel originated in 1994 with the construction of four Captain's Quarters rooms, located over the ship's store. The success of these rooms led to the development of the 56 unit and a 14 unit Riverfront Building, which opened in March of 2004. As of January 2007, the hotel changed its name to the Inn at Capt Hiram's to become an independent hotel and associate itself with its true franchise, Capt Hiram's.

Capt Hiram's was named in honor of Sergeant Hiram Collins, Tom's Great Uncle, who was killed at Normandy Beach, in World War II.

Be happy and enjoy our Islandsphere... Capt. Hiram

Bay Harbor Lodge

97702 Overseas Hwy,
Key Largo, FL

Econfina Resort

4705 Econfina River Rd,
Lamont, FL

Polynesian Isles Resort

3045 Polynesian Isle Blvd,
Kissimmee, FL
Polynesian Isles is an accommodation facility that provides a range of lodging options. It features swimming pools, spas, and tennis and shuffleboard courts. The resort also conducts horseback riding adventures. Polynesian Isles maintains a game room, activities department and laundry facilities. In addition, each of its rooms is equipped with a coffeemaker and air conditioning system, as well as features a balcony and terrace. The resort offers voice mail answering, housekeeping and guest services. Polynesian Isles also provides 24-hour security solutions. It offers on-site parking and online reservation services. The resort serves clients in Kissimmee in Florida. Polynesian Isles is owned and operated by Diamond Resorts Holdings.

Tropical Winds Motel

4819 Tradewinds Dr,
Sanibel, FL
While you enjoy your vacation at Tropical Winds Motel & Cottages, its natural that you'll want to get out and explore our beautiful islands. Your Hosts are well equipped to make some great recommendations that will help you take advantage of all that Sanibel and Captiva have to offer.

To peak your interest, we have put together this overview of the Islands highlighting some of the most popular "don't miss" attractions, starting at the East End of Sanibel and going all the way to Captiva.
See what our Guests say

At the eastern tip of Sanibel is the historic, still functioning Sanibel Lighthouse. Built and first lit in 1884, today it is maintained by the Coast Guard. While not open to the public, this is one of the most popular spots on the island for photographers. The two stilt buildings next to the lighthouse are the original homes of the Keepers. Lighthouse Beach is a great spot to look for miniture seashells.

Just around the tip of the island is the Fishing Pier where day or night, the action can be hot! You'll also find great fishing right from our beach.

Sanibel has wonderful shopping opportunities! Spend an afternoon cooling off while you "shop in a park" at the unique shops and restaurants in Periwinkle Place. There's even a playground to keep the kids happy.

Boutiques are scattered across our Islands and we're sure you will be able to find that perfect one-of-a-kind item that you're searching for.

From neighborhood Chocolateers to Custom Jewelry and Tropical Apparel, we have something for everyone!

A dedication to the arts is apparent at every turn and has lead to many calling Sanibel the "Island of the Arts." One prominent organization, Barrier Island Group for the Arts (BIG Arts), offers first class concerts, literary discussions and a wide variety of workshops.

At the Schoolhouse Theater performers and special guests stage musical reviews, comedies and well known plays.

Local restaurants like Ellington's Jazz Club and Twilight Cafe have regular evening performances.
History buffs will want to be sure to spend time at the Sanibel Historical Village and Museum. Visitors trace footsteps from the past as they stroll along trails that skirt a mangrove bordered pond and lead to a facinating look at our past.

The Village opened in 1984 and is now comprised of eight separate buildings, each fully restored to its original state. The collection of photographs and newspapers alone is amazing.

Palms Of Sanibel

1220 Morningside Pl,
Sanibel, FL

Banyan Resort

323 Whitehead St,
Key West, FL
Banyan Vacation Rentals offers complete booking services with all guesthouses, resorts and hotels in Key West, Fla. Banyan is a Caribbean estate located in the heart of historic old town Key West. Banyans eight Victorian houses, five of which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, are secluded beneath the canopies of two, century-old banyan trees. Many of its 38 contemporary suites have French doors that open onto either a private patio or veranda overlooking the Banyans gardens. Banyan s gardens feature more than 200 varieties of flowering plants, fruit trees, climbing vines, fishponds and waterfalls. It also features two pools, picnic areas and a Jacuzzi, all blended into the natural landscape with towering palm trees. The garden also features more than 10 different kinds of palm trees along with dozens of other rare subtropical plants.

Barefoot Resort Wear

2787 N Tamiami Trl,
Fort Myers, FL

Bismarck Balmaceda

601 Front St,
Key West, FL

Cabana Breezes

401 E Ocean Dr,
Key Colony Beach, FL
Cabana Club and Cabana Breezes were two of the first few structures built in Key Colony Beach by Mr. Phil Sadowski. They are still operating as envisioned back in the late 50's, a swim club and a restaurant. Cabana Club has been owned an operated by the Tracy family since 1979. As times have changed so has the club, making subtle changes year after year all while keeping the same welcome family atmosphere.

Cabana Breezes started out life in the 50's as the "The Colony House". It has been "The Shamrock" and often used to host celebrities and VIP's to be entertained by then owner, Guy Lombardo. It has had several other names in it's long rich history but it has always maintained itself as a popular dining experience with all the locals and visitors. In 2002 the Tracy family purchased the neighboring "Tavern by the Sea" and following extensive renovations opened the Cabana Breezes to the public. Their outstanding level of personal attention to detail has carried over into this newest venture. It has already achieved a reputation as one of the best restaurants in the Marathon / Key Colony Beach area.

Cabbage Key Inc

Intercoastal Marker # 60,
Pineland, FL

Caleinte Resorts

19235 N US Highway 41,
Lutz, FL

Caliente Resorts

21039 Lirio Dr,
Land O Lakes, FL

Caliente Resorts

6633 Acebo Ct,
Land O Lakes, FL

Carillon Beach

100 Carillon Market St # 100,
Panama City Beach, FL
The Sunrise and Sunset luxury condominiums look over the shores of Lake Carillon and the Gulf of Mexico. This spacious 1st floor unit has upgraded finishes and innovative floor plan and is the perfect answer to your quest for a private vacation space. These condos are only minutes from the new airport, Frank Brown Aquatic Center and fabulous shopping and dining at Pier Park. The covered porches afford maximum relaxation and entertaining possibilities. As an integral part of the community of Carillon, the condos have access to all amenities including almost a mile of dazzling white beaches, four pools, tennis courts and playgrounds.

Lakeside Lodge Fish Camp

154 Horseshoe Dr,
Wewahitchka, FL

Penthouse Beach Club

10182 Gulf Blvd,
Treasure Island, FL
Come enjoy sun-filled days along the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico.

Located in beautiful Treasure Island, Florida, The Penthouse Beach Club welcomes you to an unforgettable vacation. Penthousee Beach club Pool Treasure Island Florida

At the Penthouse Beach Club all of our units are Gulf-front with a homey touch we know you will love. We offer the following features, weekly maid service, barbeque grills, eight floor club house facilities, private beach front, individual Gulf-view balconies, heated swimming pool and more.

Get ready for breath taking sunsets while relaxing in the warm waters and glistening sand, all of which will be your backyard while at The Penthouse Beach Club.

Our sales office is open daily for those having questions concerning Time Share Vacation Purchases. Unlike most interval ownership resorts, Penthouse Beach Club has been sold out but we welcome your inquires into available resale's.

Come enjoy home away from home comfort, and a most unforgettable vacation. Our courteous staff looks forward to welcoming you upon your arrival.

Sandy Shores

3008 Bayshore Dr,
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Just 6,000 years ago, Florida's familiar landscape took shape - an appendix resembling a hitchhiker's thumb, filled with exotic plant and animal forms. It boasts some 1,300 miles of shoreline, second to none except for Alaska. Her beaches stretch about 800 miles, more than 30,000 lakes are present - including 730 square miles of Lake Okeechobee - the fourth largest lake in the United States. Almost 15% of Florida is water.

Florida's earliest inhabitants were paleo-Indians. In around the year 2000 B.C. pottery began to be created in Florida. Approximately 800 years prior to when it appeared in the rest of the United States. The Tequesta Indians settled along the Gold Coast, which is now Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Miami. Credit for the European discovery of Florida usually goes to Spain's Don Juan Ponce de Leon. However, it is believed that an Italian named John Cabot may have beat him to it. No matter, the fact still remains that these Indian tribes vanished from the face of the earth less than three centuries after Columbus arrived in 1492. Fort Lauderdale, the middle of the now Gold Coast was a swamp back in 1857. During the Seminole Wars a wooden fort was built and named after Tennessee Volunteer Major William Lauderdale. Then the fort was left to rot in the midst of a mangrove swamp. Runaway slaves and army deserters used it for a hideout.

Tequesta Indians, Pottery, Then Columbus
To transform the swamp into prime real estate, it took a Charles Green Rhodes to plan the dredging of parallel canals, using the fill to create long peninsulas between them. It was the same theory used to create Venice, Italy, which earned Fort Lauderdale the nickname, "Venice of America." Flagler's railroad followed and the city was incorporated in 1911. Prior to the spring (break) migration was the Collegiate Aquatic Forum. A unique winter attraction that started in 1935. The word spread about the sun and beaches and the trickling of students coming down for spring break peaked in the 1960s with the Connie Francis' song "The Strip" and the beach-party movie "Where The Boys Are", a movie that may still be scene in theaters around Ft. Lauderdale. A few weeks of teen chaos each spring put Fort Lauderdale, a then rather small sleepy town, on the map. With the value of land located on water ever escalating and the foresight of the local government discouraging the spring break teen migrations - Fort Lauderdale has evolved into a mecca of sophistication.

Florida Statehood in 1911
During the 1990's Fort Lauderdale took a turn towards the more cosmopolitan. Fort Lauderdale today features beautifully preserved beaches, international dining, cosmopolitan shopping, championship golfing, rich cultural art and entertainment centers and forever sunshine.The diversified cultures have mixed together to form the perfect vacation atmosphere.

View of the ca. 1928 Broward County Courthouse located at the site of the present courthouse. This view is of the main entrance, at the northwest corner of the intersection of Southeast 3rd Avenue and Southwest 6th Street.
The second photo on the left is a view of the west end of East Las Olas Boulevard looking west from about Southeast 1st Avenue, ca 1940s. The building in the center, on Andrews.
The third photo to the left is Fort Lauderdale's first school which was located south of New River on what is today Andrews Avenue at about Southwest 5th Street.

Seaside Inn and Resort

2200 Gulf Dr N,
Bradenton Beach, FL
If you're dreaming of a relaxed vacation with Old Florida charm in a small resort with a private beach directly on the Gulf of Mexico - SeaSide Beach Resort is the perfect choice for you. This delightful vacation resort is located on quaint Anna Maria Island on Southwest Florida's fabulous Sun Coast - "the last great place" - long on pleasure & short on high-rises, fast-food joints & those other pesky things that wreck a place.

Nature In Profusion~
SeaSide Beach Resort has a private beach with fine white sand & clear blue seas, as well as sunsets so over the top they make you laugh in wonder. The beach is part of a seven-mile-long strand that extends from one end of Anna Maria Island to the other, perfect for long walks & collecting shells. Nature thrives here: flowers, flocks of seabirds, including pelicans & great blue herons, & all manner of exotic marine life including our famous loggerhead turtles & gentle manatees.

Affordable Luxury~
SeaSide Beach Resort's private beach is furnished with picnic tables, grills, umbrellas & lounge chairs; Beach towels are available, of course. All units, decorated in a relaxed tropical style, have direct Gulf and sunset views. Choose from one, two or three bedroom suites, studios with full kitchenettes, & cozy rooms. Most apartments have private patios, free local/long-distance phones, Wi-Fi, cable TV& HBO. Morning coffee & tea are available, as are local newspapers.

TripAdvisor is proud to congratulate Seaside Inn and Resort on earning the prestigious 2013 Certificate of Excellence award.

Our travelers consistently commend your property with the highest praise, and we recognise your 4.5 rating as an exceptional achievement. Only the very best in the business are awarded a Certificate of Excellence.
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