Holiday Villas II
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- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Villas II Indian Shores
Travel Blogs from Indian Shores
... I had a dog around. We had planned to go to Clearwater beach that day so we went off in the car, there were traffic jams for miles and when we arrived near the beach realised it was going to cost $20-30 to park for the day. Uh oh. We drove along the road till a lady with a sign waved us down. She was offering parking in her driveway for $20. I explained I didn't have cash but she said that was fine. We parked up and then she asked me to move it closer to the edge ...
... 160;I suppose if your perspective includes getting bombed, war rations, Nazis, Fascists, Communists, the EU debacle and incessant reminders of the horrors inflicted upon you by your neighbors going back 2-3,000 years, the US of A does look pretty darn good, especially when you are getting tipped nicely by prosperous American tourists. But underneath the admiration - real or for show - personal interests seemed pervasive. I read once that in Europe, people like to show ...
... as soon as we boarded, so we dropped our carryons, and headed to Cagney's for lunch. Started with a Shrimp Cocktail, for Dad.
Our room was very spacious. and so was the balcony. There were 2 regular chairs, and a small cocktail type table, as well as 2 loungers on that balcony...score for us!
Drink of the Day today ...
... did not bring our jeep this trip, so instead of pulling into our campsite, we headed straight for the beach. It was 82 degrees and the beach was perfect. Dolly loves to swim and she was in heaven at the dog beach. She was totally oblivious to the other dogs running around, unless they had an owner that would throw a ball into the water. She conned several beach-goers into tossing a ...
... many occasions a backpack is simply inconvenient and you stick out like a sore thumb as a tourist. There were only a few rare times when the pack actually came in handy; Irish countryside (or any actual “hiking”) and some other rural areas that are not rolling-luggage friendly. So after you decide the luggage you will be using for your adventure now the question is what to put in it. As expected only weeks into my trip I realized I could have packed ...