Mellon Patch Inn

Address: 3601 North A1A, Fort Pierce, Florida, 34949, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 3601 North A1A, Fort Pierce, is near Navy Seal Museum, A. E. Backus Gallery & Museum, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, and Spunky's Surf Shop.
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    Travel Blogs from Fort Pierce

    Dothan, AL to Fort Pierce, FL

    A travel blog entry by cattflight on Apr 30, 2015

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    ... Center immediately off her wing. I got the view of Orlando International Airport. That's OK. I like airports. We descended to 4000' per ATC instructions and proceeded to bounce across the sky for the brief remainder of the flight into Fort Pierce. We dodged one small rain storm and took in some of the aroma of a small swamp fire. Stacy remarked how unfortunate it was the rain shower couldn't have moved north and taken care of the fire. Our approach to KFPR RWY28L took us ...

    From Rain to Sunshine.......

    A travel blog entry by sini2014 on Oct 18, 2014

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    ... of this country’s first schools for freed slaves and the only African American landmark district in the nation. It was founded in 1862 by two white female missionaries. The tour and education for us was a humbling and moving experience. There was a restaurant close by that we had wanted to try but was closed the last time we were here. It is housed in a small old building and has a sign on the road “Gullah Grub” restaurant. As we entered we ...

    Cultural Interview

    A travel blog entry by maxyme_roy on Apr 03, 2014

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    ... medicinal marijuana, but many of them changed their mind when they heard the story of the young girl who has one hundred seizures per day. She really needs medicinal marijuana to stop these seizures. I talked of this story during my oral presentation on my MIAP. Shawn was right when he said that many people in The United States are very conservative and they believe hard into their convictions. However, this event permitted to change the opinion of many of them. For my part, I ...

    How to Describe My First Week Outside Canada

    A travel blog entry by maxyme_roy on Mar 17, 2014

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    ... That was my first task. He is a very funny guy. All the waitresses know him at the Friendly’s restaurant and they really like him. The weather in Florida is hot, but when I arrived yesterday, it rained. When I left Quebec, it snowed and now that I’m in Florida, it rains. I’m not lucky at all, but I don’t miss the weather in Quebec. Wait. There is a tornado alert in the area where I live. I can believe it. I hope to see the sun very soon. ...

    Day 2: Merritt Safari

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Dec 29, 2012

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    ... played in the wash. My feet healed from yesterday's long drive in the cool saltwater, massaged by shells and sand. Ana stayed mostly with Jessica soaking in the fresh air. We stayed for a while playing in the sand, but soon headed back to decompress in the van. On our way back to Titusville, we spotted a trememdous gathering of hundreds of nesting white birds of various species on a little island in a pool.  Back in town, content as I could be, we gassed up and downed some slurpees ...