Ebb Tide Motel

Address: 11903 Gulf Boulevard, Treasure Island, Florida, 33706, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the St. Pete Beach/South Beaches area of Treasure Island, 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 Treasure Island

      Busy stressful days

      A travel blog entry by r10vill9 on Mar 26, 2015

      4 comments, 12 photos

      ... so stressful what with all these decisions. And I haven't even mentioned our iPod or theirs. Jazz or classic rock? Lexus or Forester? Bikes or walk? Sitcom or drama?
      Fortunately, because we have spent so much time together these past few years, we have arrived at easy answers to the many decisions foisted upon us and enjoyed a marvellous and decadent week together. Whether it was a 12,000 step lap of the North end of the ...

      Happy Birthday to our Diane

      A travel blog entry by quaronis on Mar 22, 2015

      3 photos

      Decided to walk the causeway to Clearwater beach for our exercise of the day. We tend to walk the beach out there a few times a week so thought it might be fun...Tour boats and recreational boats are just heading out ...At noon when we head back to Dunedin the entire mile and a half of the causeway is backed up with people driving over to the beach...and trying to find parking...Sunday ...

      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 ...

      A sunny drive north...

      A travel blog entry by bobjanescott on Mar 01, 2015

      4 photos

      ... It didn't disappoint. We parked in the historic district which was busy as a number of the older properties were having an Open House day. You realise that our take on an old property in an historic district and the American view is somewhat different, however it was interesting.

      We walked from there on to the waterfront which was very attractive with a number of good looking apartment blocks overlooking the vast bay. We walked around a park admiring the boats moored ...

      Flip but no Flop

      A travel blog entry by jblackert on Jun 27, 2014

      4 photos

      ... Slowing down over the causeway I pointed out groups of boats at the sandbar. This brought us to the more glamorous island of Longboat Key, aligned with expensive hotels, condominiums and beach front homes. Across the next bay bridge was Lido Key. I decided to stop at Lido beach after first promenading Lorraine through St. Armand’s Circle. Lido was thriving and spaces to plop your camp in the sand were hard to find. Towards the dunes we threw down ...