Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Margaret Suanne Bone Shares Memories from Rosemary Beach

Stretching out over 107 acres, Rosemary Beach is a town in northwest Florida between Destin and Panama City that offers convenience and community, says Margaret Suanne Bone. A short drive from Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport and Fort Walton Beach Okaloosa Airport, Rosemary Beach is located on the popular beachside road, 30-A. With warm breezes blowing from the Gulf of Mexico and beautiful white-sand beaches, this gorgeous oasis serves as the perfect destination for fun and relaxation.

Visitors enjoy the tranquility and peace of sandpipers, singing gulls and gently lapping surf along Rosemary Beach, enthuses Margaret Suanne Bone. Amenities at Rosemary Beach include dune walkovers, pools, tennis courts and green areas. In the downtown area, gas lanterns and cobblestone streets give the community a European feel, even in the wintertime. Due to the walled gardens, courtyards and lighting, Rosemary Beach also bears a resemblance to the French Quarter in New Orleans. Margaret Suanne Bone enjoys the opportunity to spend an afternoon in one of the nearby parks such as Playground Park, South Barrett Square, St. Augustine Park, West Long Green Park, East Long Green Park and Rosemary Beach Butterfly Park.

Margaret Suanne Bone says that Rosemary Beach is known for stores and shops including Gigi’s Fabulous Kids’ Fashions and Toys and The Sugar Shack. In 2012, a luxury hotel named The Pearl attracted tourists from all across the United States. Margaret Suanne Bone often brings her day to a close at one of the area’s extraordinary restaurants, including Restaurant Paradis, Wild Olive, Edward’s Fine Foods, Cowgirl Kitchen, La Crema and Tapas and Aqua Coastal Sushi.

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