Normally when I vacation, I am in a popular hotel or resort. This trip, I decided to try something different and I was pleasantly surprised with white picket fences, a town square, bicycle rentals and ice cream shops. I not only stepped out of Nashville, TN, but I seemed to have also stepped out the year 2012.
The house was clean, nicely decorated and perfectly positioned for me to walk every where I needed to go during my stay. I ate at The Shrimp Shack where they had awesome seafood and they made me feel at home with a picture of the Tennessee Titans Cheerleaders on their wall. Go Titans!
I shopped at Modica Market where they had everything that you need for your stay in Seaside and not to mention the best desserts! I dinned at The Great Southern Cafe where they claim to have the best Mojitos ever and I have to agree with them. But what brought me to my knees with pleasure was their cheesecake with an awesome pecan sauce sitting atop of it. It was worth the entire trip.
I travel many places and stay at many hotels all over the world and there are not many places that I am not ready to go home. Seaside took me to a time where things were simple and beautiful. From the atmosphere and decor inside the house to the atmosphere and spirit of the town, I took nothing for granted. Everyone can find peace in this town--from couples, to family reunions, multi-generational groups and business groups, there is something for everyone.
I have a strange love for hotel rooms, but my three-night stay in the See Ya cottage rental definitely changed my mind about hotel stays vs. villa/vacation home rentals. I am certain that I will be back to visit the simple, beautiful life and can't wait to bring others with me to experience it.
I visited more than one home in Seaside like Beau Soliel, Love Me Tender/True, and many others. For more information and help selecting the right home, email me for more details on Seaside and other vacations at firstname.lastname@example.org