Beachpoint Resort Cottages

Address: 125 Beach Road, Siesta Key, Florida, 34242, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 125 Beach Road, Siesta Key, is near Siesta Key Public Beach, South Lido Park, Massage Experience, and Siesta Sports Rentals.
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      Travel Blogs from Siesta Key

      Nothing is perfect

      A travel blog entry by jchende on Feb 07, 2015

      Spent the day with the realtor in Venice. We now know this drive of an hour down and an hour back, by heart. Saw 6 properties, 3 of which would be great EXCEPT... The little gray house in our realtor's neighborhood. Beautifully redone inside, could be bought with the furniture, has a pool, you can walk/bike to the beach BUT the price is close to $300,000 and the neighborhood is very mixed. Some properties are a little run down, while others have had some updating and it ...

      What a difference a day makes

      A travel blog entry by jchende on Feb 02, 2015

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      ... people, and Bill with the local golf course. I am looking online to find a place in Venice for February. Unless something happens between now and next winter and we buy something. Feb 4. In keeping with the theme of one day making a difference, I got an email from the realtor, Janet. I had asked her to arrange for one more trip thru 3 homes we liked in Plantation. I wanted another look before we left the area. I got a return email with ...

      Going in circles

      A travel blog entry by jchende on Jan 29, 2015

      ... like the DeSoto Memorial just off the island. Lovely quiet park that wanders along the Bay with plenty of places to get to the water..... and some interesting oyster shells. Walking to the pier and back has been a way to get my walking in. I can see a time when the drive to collect shells will not need to be answered every day. Didn't think that would ever happen, but I've never had 4 weeks to shell. Maybe driving to the ...

      Gifts from the Gulf

      A travel blog entry by jchende on Jan 20, 2015

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      ... on AMI. Wow! 2 specials today. As I finished my trip back from Bean Point there was a pod of dolphins playing just off shore. A group of us stopped to enjoy them. Today was a day for many gifts and I am so grateful to be here and enjoying them There were people going by, head down, talking on their cell phones. What a shame. Missing such wonderful ...

      Bikes and beaches

      A travel blog entry by smyth on Feb 25, 2014

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      ... digs have unearthed a rich Amer-indian past in Manasota Key. Its Indian Mound Ark is a legacy of the earliest settlers in the area, the Calusa Indians who resided in Southwest Florida thousands of years ago.The entire community is now a designated wildlife sanctuary where beaches are maintained in a more natural, less developed manner. The signs say that Manasota Key is also known as the turtle nesting capital ...