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The perfect little getaway! Stayed 8 days, had the 1bedroom apartment in front by pool! Cute, clean and spacious! Awesome soft sheets! Complete kitchen, living room, eating area! Lisa is so nice and helpful, had everything we needed! Cute garden area around back with Grill, picnic table, flowers and fountain! Nice clean pool! Right across street from beach! Definitely would stay again as Lisa was so accommodating, and treasure Island a great vacation spot.
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