- Use caution when using the gas grill. Turn it off at the main tank when not in use. Propane refills are available at the Getty station.
- There is an iron and ironing board in the Master Bedroom closet.
- If you move furniture around, please put it back in its' original spot.
- There are two Air Conditioning control panels. The unit near the kitchen on the living room level controls the top two floors. The unit in the front hallway controls the bottom two floors.
- Closing the blinds on the big windows in the living room saves a lot of energy (and makes it easier to see the TV, too.)
- Please feel free to use the beach chairs in the garage. There is some crabbing equipment and toys, too. Crab bait is available at Morrison’s Marina store 2 blocks north.
- There is a red wagon in the garage for your use.
Here are a few things we like and places to go:
Pearl Street Market – Gourmet market at Pearl Street and Bay Blvd. Coffee, bakery, fresh fish, take out and cheeses. The best breakfast To Go around. They also deliver to the beach. Worth a visit.
Hand’s – As close to a general store as it can be. Perfect for anything you might have forgotten. Open most nights till 10.
AJ’s Rentals – Great place to rent bikes and pretty much everything else. Next to the Pearl Street Market on Bay Ave.
The Gables on Center Street - For a special night our first choice is The Gables. Sondra & Steve (the owners) will do whatever they can to make sure you have a great time. Dinner is relaxing and the food is great. It’s BYOB and not as expensive (or formal) as it looks.
Bistro 14 – At Bay Village above the fudge shop. Great for lunch or dinner. Wonderful raw bar and a view of the Bay. BYOB.
The Chicken or the Egg (Chegg) – Open 24 hours during the summer. Good breakfast – great wings.
Harvey Cedar’s Seafood Co. Center St. Bayside - Good steamed or broiled fish, excellent for raw clams and oysters. Bring beer and put it on ice while you eat at the counter. Not glamorous but good food and sort of retro.