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newengland

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11/21/2009

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Sapphire Beach

January 27, 2017 10:26PM

We are heading back to Crystal Cove in February and are interested to know what if any changes might have occurred since last year? We saw a post that said the Banana Cabana was no longer.
Thanks for any information.

ms411

Registered
10/06/2005

Posts
872

Re: Sapphire Beach

January 29, 2017 04:41PM

Banana Cabana is no longer but there's a new tent that's over near the bathrooms selling similar beach bar food, but in a more attractive set up. Thor who used to work Banana Cabana now works at the new spot.

John

Registered
12/05/2005

Posts
88

Re: Sapphire Beach

January 29, 2017 09:41PM

Thor? I knew a Thor on STT back in the early to mid 70s who grew up there and then went to the Continent to get a college education. Could this be the same Thor? It is an unusual name...

ms411

Registered
10/06/2005

Posts
872

Re: Sapphire Beach

February 01, 2017 07:36AM

I have no idea if it's the same Thor. All I know is his name.

dttia

Registered
08/18/2010

Posts
11

Re: Sapphire Beach

February 03, 2017 10:12AM

There is a great new restaurant in Sapphire Village - VI Slice. Open for lunch and dinner.

Bulld1954

Registered
02/07/2017

Posts
1

Re: Sapphire Beach

February 07, 2017 10:14AM

have ground floor unit in November, just concerned with safety?

beachboy

Registered
06/01/2007

Posts
98

Re: Sapphire Beach

February 08, 2017 02:22PM

Sapphire is a gated community and has 24/7 security on patrol so safety is not an issue. However do not leave valuables lying around the condo and go out the sliders. It doesn't happen often but its to easy for someone to open a slider and grab a wallet without being noticed. If you always lock the sliders and front door when you go out you will have no problem.


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