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text 2020-03-06 10:15
How People can Affordably Travel to Puerto Penasco Beach First Time?

Rocky Point always points out in the U.S. State Department's Mexico travel word of warning, but the attitude of the advice has become less portentous as compare to the past few years. Now it only says to exercise caution, drive during daylight hours and use the border for crossing. People are loved to spend their vacation on Puerto Penasco Condos on the Beach.


 Important Ideas for Planning a Puerto Penasco Trip:


  • Budget about 4.5 hours of drive time from Phoenix if it's their first tour and plans to make stops. They should check out transport services before moving to Rocky Point. It should be noted that the best time to stay at Rocky Point is spring or fall. Summer climate is alike to Phoenix's, complete with heat, monsoon storms, and high humidity. Mexican travelers are Puerto Penasco's major source of summer tourists.
  • There are two key beachfront choices one is Sandy Beach and the other is Las Conchas. Sandy Beach is considered to be a 3.5-mile stretch spotted with high-rise Puerto Penasco Condos on the Beach. A few condo resorts or hotels and a couple of RV parks have provided the facilities of an expensive resort and a diversity of cafeterias within walking distance.
  • Las Conchas is an extensive housing community considered to be a haven for beach-house rents. It is ideal for family gatherings and more. There are sellers on both beaches but they don't swarm visitors and they do take no for an answer.
  • It must be a general observation that the U.S. dollars and credit/debit cards are commonly accepted.  Some cafeterias, sellers, and taxis only accept cash, so bring some cash is good for people as well. Visitors should try to evade ATMs in condo lobbies because the dues can be difficult. Some spaces, containing the condo booking service they used, do not accept ATMs as well.
  • During their stay at the Rocky point, people must visit the Old Port. This is the place where people will purchase fresh seafood in season. Its 10- to 15-minute drive from Sandy Beach tourists will find one trip into town more than sufficient. Others will love the weather and return frequently. Taxis are costly but endorsed if people plan to bar hop and don't have a nominated driver.
  • Low tide is something to enjoy for people. The Cortez Sea departures much beyond out than most forms of water, providing walkers, couriers, and shell-seekers a remarkably extensive swath of even sand to relish. The sheer rise of the sand during extraordinary tide leaves even the fit tourists out of breath. At least for the predictable future. There are outstanding strategies for a cruise boat port at the western end of Sandy Beach but numerous inhabitants wonder if it will occur in their lifespan.


When people have consumed the day on Puerto Penasco condos on the beach they can return to agreeable condos' of Sonoran sun rentals which providing the rooms with a beautiful sunset from their private terrors. It appreciates an enjoyable meal at a short time later. If people don't have normal rooms however there is besides the overhang and distinct gallery rooms which have beautiful viewpoints all around. There are a variety of workouts to keep them fit. For the kids, there is the play zone, the aquarium, smaller than predictable golf and there is even a band that shows in the late spring months. There is a place for people to wisely look through on the occasion that they might desire some more data on these beach condos and how people can access to reserve a spot.  

Source: sonoransunrentals.com/puerto-penasco-condos-on-the-beach.html
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review 2019-12-18 19:00
Atlantic City Comes to Life!
Dancing on Seaside - Julius James DeAngelus

Dancing on Seaside takes place in Atlantic City during the summer of 1977, before legalized gambling changed the nature of the city's culture. It captures a bygone era during which the city was known more for its poverty than for opulent casinos or winning games.


Readers familiar with Atlantic City's present-day milieu or past history will find delightful this nostalgic, realistic story which brings to life the region's culture from the eyes of son Jamie and his mother. Both experience a magical last summer, many new opportunities and transitions in their lives and relationship, and the changing sands of time.


To Jamie, it's a summer on the cusp of positive change. It's the summer before high school, when he's required to mature in many ways. For his mother, it's a journey into caretaking and seeing her priorities change from son to mother as she accepts a new and challenging role. And then there's a family history to struggle with, which both impacts their lives and threatens future generations.


Atlantic City is not the only thing waking up in this story. So are characters whose lives hang in balance and slowly tip into unfamiliar territory.


The sights, sounds, and smells of the piers, boardwalk, tides, and view of Atlantic City come to life under the astute observational pen of Julius James DeAngelus. There's a bitter wind blowing that challenges innocence, exposing closely-held secrets and changing lives. Mother and son find themselves nearly swept away by its force. Each must loosen their defenses, develop new awareness of one another and themselves, and hone new objectives.


Dancing on Seaside opens gently as these waves of change lap at a reader's senses, easing into these dilemmas only after taking time to craft an appropriate and especially well-detailed sense of time, place, and perspective. Against this backdrop, guilt, fear, and frightening revelations take their place and reflect some of the social changes affecting the broader picture of Atlantic City and the 1970s era as a whole.


Readers looking for an atmospheric, engrossing story of evolution in a season that changes everything will find Dancing on Seaside a gently compelling read, perfect for a beach tote and a summer's contemplation.


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text 2019-08-27 23:39
Master Post for Bout of Books 26
Match of Wits, A (Ladies of Distinction Book #4) - Jen Turano
A Body on the Beach - Blythe Baker
The Secret of Seaside - Agatha Ball,Kate Danley

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Goals for BoB 26:

4 Daily Challenges

4 IG Challenges

Participate in both chats due to new time zone

2500 pages


Monday, August 19th

Read: Nothing finished yet

Currently Reading: A Match of Wits (Ladies of Distinction #4) by Jen Turano

Reviewed: None

Daily Challenge: 

daily challenge #insixwords mom, blogger, runner, mid-west living, Leo
2:25 PM · Aug 19, 2019·Twitter Web App

IG Challenge: https://www.instagram.com/p/B1XF6OSnelc/

Chat: Participated

Pages Read: 60/2500


Tuesday, August 20th

Read: A Match of Wits; I finished the series.

Currently Reading: Started A Body on the Beach (Sunrise Island Mystery #1) by Blythe Baker

Reviewed: None.

Daily Challenge: Adaptions Aspirations http://melissasteinman7.booklikes.com/post/1938565/bob26-daily-challenge-day-2-adaptions-aspirations

IG Challenge: Favorite Books https://www.instagram.com/p/B1ZlwUzHobv/

Pages Read: 126/2500


Wednesday, August 21st

Read: A Body on the Beach

Currently Reading: Started The Secret of Seaside (Paige Comber Mystery #1) by Agatha Ball

Reviewed: Nothing

Daily Challenge: Skipped

IG Challenge: Skipped

Pages: 263/2500


Thursday, August 22nd

Read: Nothing finished

Currently Reading: The Secret of Seaside

Daily Challenge: If this, Then that


IG Challenge: Favorite Genre https://www.instagram.com/p/B1e4SQEncVT/

Pages: 263/2500


Friday, August 23rd

Read: Nothing

Currently Reading: The Secret of Seaside

Reviewed: Nothing

Daily Challenge: http://melissasteinman7.booklikes.com/post/1940338/bob26-daily-challenge-day-5-i-want-this-book

IG Challenge: None

Pages: 263/2500


Saturday, August 24th

Read: The Secret of Seaside

Currently Reading: Nothing

Reviewed: A Match of Wits 

Daily Challenge: Review of A Match of Wits

IG Challenge: Book you are looking forward to reading after BoB https://www.instagram.com/p/B1kcLarniYb/

Pages: 391/2500

Chat: Participated in the morning Twitter chat


Sunday, August 25th

Read: nothing

Currently Reading: nothing

Reviewed: nothing

Daily Challenge: None given

IG Challenge: None



Wrap Up

Didn't make my page goal (16%) but I did complete all the other goals. Sunday was a bust due to my being sick (my head issues kicked into overdrive Saturday night). Looking forward to January's cycle!


At this point I am ending my summer reading and will be prepping my blog for the Halloween Bingo and fall/winter reading.





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review 2019-08-26 23:16
Abandon (Seaside Pictures #3.6; 1001 Dark Nights) by: Rachel Van Dyken
Abandon (Seaside Pictures #3.6) - Rachel Van Dyken



Van Dyken is at her best when introducing characters at their worst. Abandon is the best of the worst moments in the scope of Ty Cuban's life. He's hit rock bottom and doesn't even realize it. This bad boy knows how to be the life of the party, but what happens when the good times have started to fizzle out? Enter Von Abigail. Ty is about to come face to face with his past. Will it be a match made in heaven or a heartache he lives to regret? A sexy second chance romance.

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review 2019-07-17 00:00
Sneakers, the Seaside Cat
Sneakers, the Seaside Cat - Margaret Wise Brown,Anne Mortimer big watery heart eyes for the cat depicted in this book.
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