Madeira Norte Condos

Address: 13000 Gulf Boulevard, Madeira Beach, Florida, 33708, United States | Condo
 
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This condo, located in the St. Pete Beach/South Beaches area of Madeira Beach, is near John's Pass Village and Boardwalk, Madeira Beach, Hubbard's Marina, and The Pirate Ship At John's Pass.
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    Travel Blogs from Madeira Beach

    Busy stressful days

    A travel blog entry by r10vill9 on Mar 26, 2015

    4 comments, 12 photos

    First we wake up. Then the stressful decisions begin. A beach walk or a bike ride? Hang out at the Beach or Pool? Maple bacon donut or key lime pie donut? Then there's lunch menu to decide. Then is it the Barefoot Tiki Bar or the Bridge Tender Tiki Bar? Or Martinis on the deck! Or by the pool? Or Margaritas? Then in for dinner or out for dinner? Who cooks? Which restaurant? Shave or not? Life with Rick and Ardeth this week has ...

    Happy Birthday to our Diane

    A travel blog entry by quaronis on Mar 22, 2015

    3 photos

    ... originally from NY who on retirement moved to Florida...Tom and Alice Anderson. Tom became a congressman in the state capital Tallahassee 30 plus years ago and then later served as mayor of Dunedin for an 8 year term. He was in office when the blue jays first came to Dunedin. His wife proudly claimed all his achievements in town....the beautiful seniors center, the library and the ...

    Tampa Bay and St. Paddys

    A travel blog entry by quaronis on Mar 19, 2015

    10 photos

    ... and uprisings the government moved them on to the great prairies leaving some to hide out in the Everglades. It was in the 1950 s that they were finally recognized as the lost Seminole tribe.
    Once the town became more civilized it became an important seaport, which aided in the dispersment of the tobacco and cigar trade. Then with the railroad connection the remaining US enjoyed the bounties of ...

    Tails of the city

    A travel blog entry by aprilshirish on Nov 15, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... gave us the opportunity to see the sun setting over the Gulf of Mexico in the west, after having watched it rise over the Atlantic in the east a couple days prior (in Hilton Head). As a beach town, Clearwater was resplendent with its own culture, quite distinct from what we left behind in Okefenokee: cruising low riders with huge speakers, carefully doctored (literally and figuratively) bodies strolling the sidewalks, street performers taking on the ...

    The Pier

    A travel blog entry by jayneehill4 on Jun 10, 2014

    3 photos

    We had to wake early and get ready to go on the Jolly Trolley. It took us to John's Pass a shopping place built on a board walk. We bought some taffy. It's a bit like bubble-gum but there are lots of different flavours. My favourite was grape. Then we bought some photos with letters to spell out my name. I bought a ring that changes colour in the sun.

    We went back to the unit and ...