There's a PCB FB page that deals mostly with restaurants. Tourists all ask the same questions - "Where should we eat (seafood, burgers, pizza, etc)?" - and get the same answers. These could just be pinned posts, but whatever...
My confusion today is when a tourist comes to the beach for a vacation, and doesn't want to actually see or interact with the beach. They ask "Where should I eat?" and get a ton of replies, then they say, "Yeah, we don't want to eat at a waterfront restaurant, we want something inland....."
Why wouldn't you want to eat waterfront?? At the beach??? Why come all this way to a beach resort, pay the crazy tourist prices, when you don't want to enjoy the water??? Before I lived here, whenever I was near a large body of water I didn't want to eat a single meal without that view. All up and down the east coast, and at locations near large lakes, if I had a choice between a waterfront restaurant and a not waterfront one, the waterfront won every time.
Please enlighten me and change my perspective. I don't give a crap where people eat dinner, I'm simply perplexed by this.