We spent the morning at the beach. The kids built a sand castle and then about the time I got there with the camera, they all headed up to the pool for awhile. The resort is small, is about 18 apartments, and was about half-full. There were a few families there and the kids had no problem making friends. Everyone was really nice. We saw a car with a Georgia Fulton County license plate and a Roswell car dealership on it somewhere. We finally ran into the owner of the car and they were from Roswell. They have a timeshare there as the husband used to work for NASA and we had a nice talk with them.
After lunch we decided to drive into town and look around a bit. I had seen reviews for a place called I Dream of Yogurt, which is a yogurt shop with an I Dream of Jeannie theme so naturally I wanted to go there and everyone was agreeable to frozen yogurt. And we passed I Dream of Jeanie Lane and got a photo of that.
We drove down somewhere where cruise ships dock and looked at the ships.
For dinner we went to a seafood restaurant called Molly’s where diners are greeted by two alligators. Later Heath, Katy and I had gator tails for an appetizer. It wasn’t anything special.