Holiday Inn Express Stuart

Address: 7900 SW Lost River Road, Stuart, Florida, 34997, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 7900 SW Lost River Road, Stuart, is near Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge and Treasure Coast Wildlife Hospital.
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Travel Blogs from Stuart

Last day :(

A travel blog entry by mommanicole on Jan 03, 2015

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... us to the back of the boat with the overflow of water. It was hilarious yet scary at the same time. Needless to say, when the next yacht came by, my dad--captain ken--turned it sideways and the ride was wavy yet no water came aboard the vessel. We rented the boat for five hours, and one of the places we visited was a hidden beach where you park your boat, and walk across the inlet island. It lead ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by 12gkids on Dec 31, 2014

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Arrived at Outdoor Resort St. Lucie West, Port St. Lucie FL. Home for the next month. A beautiful place, I have never seen so many Prevosts in one place!! We have a nice spot overlooking a small lake, with a lighted fountain. Have seen large turtles but no gators. Larrys cousin Bob & Shirley have a place here as do their friends Ton & Sandy. New Years Celebration at the club house was a luau themed ...

Arrival in Stuart

A travel blog entry by savagetwo on Dec 10, 2013

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... tide we encountered very shallow water at the Palm City bridge, so low that a passing trawler going west hailed us to forewarn us. We slowed our speed and did just fine. No problem with the bridge height either. We arrived at the mooring field to find almost all the balls were taken. There were 3 empty ones and we grabbed #29 and tied up. Den got the motor off the stern and out jumped 3 tree frogs. A gentle shove landed them in the water and a gull swooped down and grabbed the ...

Down town Stuart Adventures

A travel blog entry by trish_paul on Nov 09, 2012

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... our car and get ready for the big cruise tomorrow. At the end of the street is a river lock that allows boats to transverse Florida which cuts off 200 miles of their travel. The difference in the river levels is 14ft and we got to see the lock in use. It is an amazing piece of engineering. Hopefully I get this published before we go on the cruise. Stay safe and well and don't forget 'Every day is ordinary, until it isn't...... Luv Us ...

Finally back home

A travel blog entry by dibsonthis on May 15, 2011

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... along Bardstown Road, St. Mathew’s area and Frankfort Ave. Evidence of the impending Kentucky Derby is everywhere. The whole of Louisville focuses on this huge event that lasts only 2 minutes. Every store is trying desperately to make its own Derby fashion statement. After our low, low key time in the Bahamas, the Derby frenzy just seems way over the top. On the plus side, Louisville is one of those cities with an amazing capacity to house a multitude of great ...