Hampton Inn Ellenton

Address: 5810 20th Court East, Ellenton, Florida, 34222, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 5810 20th Court East, Ellenton, is near Prime Outlets, Gamble Plantation Historic State Park, Imperial Lakewoods Golf Course, and Madira Bickel Mound State Archeological Site.
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      Travel Blogs from Ellenton

      Dog culture

      A travel blog entry by jchende on Jan 07, 2015

      ... our first step toward becoming dog people. We are now traveling with the dog ( another stupid idea - get a dog and then retire ) and are in need of a place to get the dog some activity so we can have less craziness at home. Enter the dog park. This is a whole new world to me, with many unwritten rules. 1. It is fine to forget the name of the person you have been introduced to and seen several times at trips ...

      Getting a routine

      A travel blog entry by jchende on Jan 07, 2015

      ... a place that has more going on after 5. The south end, Bradenton Beach, has more motels, tourist bars, shops, etc. My guess is there is more going on there in the evening as well. We have been appreciating being able to walk to everything here but we may need to go elsewhere in the evening for some activity. Since it is dark by 6, the beach isn't an option. Shelling here is not Sanibel, but there is always something to find. I found a small, unbroken sand dollar this afternoon. ...

      Cats, Dogs, and Alligators...Oh My!

      A travel blog entry by jblackert on Jun 29, 2014

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      ... golf at Smuggler’s Cove down the road. People tend to go to Smuggler’s Cove because of the live alligator pond at the beginning of the course where you can drop a pellet attached to a fishing rod into the water and hope the reptiles don’t take off with your pole. Although the alligator feeding is pretty cool, the miniature golf was not worth the $17 per person, unless we were planning to feed the gators steak. Jessica paid for my golf ...

      Myakka River State Park

      A travel blog entry by texansinflorida on Feb 08, 2014

      13 photos

      ... moss, ferns, and pink mold. We saw several huge alligators, some looking like partially submerged black logs, and others sunning on the shore. Large herons, including one actively fishing near a birding pier, along with black vultures and egrets were plentiful. Seeing a flock of wild turkeys was a real treat. Sandy, shady walkways through a natural habitat and temps in the mid-70's - what more could we ...

      Day 15: Time to hit the road.... North!

      A travel blog entry by samber06 on Aug 24, 2013

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      ... journey will be less adventurous as we are winding down.... that is until we get to New Orleans! lol

      On this leg of the journey we are going to be driving through the Everglades.... well not actually through them, but close as we are routed to go down Alligator Alley..... (The only one I saw was flat and road kill!)

      More of the same I afraid .... roads, gas for the cars... food for us and ...