Holiday Inn Harbourside Indian Rocks

Address: 401 Second Street, Indian Shores, Florida, 33785, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 401 Second Street, Indian Shores, is near Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary, Florida Botanical Gardens, Pinellas County Heritage Village, and Appleton Estate.
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Travel Blogs from Indian Shores

Nothing is perfect

A travel blog entry by jchende on Feb 07, 2015

... You can see the lake from almost everywhere in the house. When I walked in today I actually felt an "ahhhh" looking out at the water. This is the only place in which I felt an emotional response on entering the house. There is such a feeling of the outside being part of the house BUT the house is older, the HOA fees are much higher and you have to join Plantation in order to have a club house and activities. So......no decision. I am going to try to rent here on Anna ...

What a difference a day makes

A travel blog entry by jchende on Feb 02, 2015

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... out of cars, blinking in the sun, wrinkled and tired but smiling because "we are here!". The dog park people are full of advice on how to deal with THE TRAFFIC. "If you need anything off island you have to go very early in the morning or after dark." " if you want to go out to eat you need to do it during the week or very early or late at night". It takes a little planning but isn't as bad as I expected. I was getting bored (really) so ...

St. Pete's Beach, Fl

A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Jan 27, 2015

22 photos

... names on the bowl grid for prizes, and Marla's name was called for the final game prize! She won a very cool beach chair and a $25 dinner certificate. Luckily, we stayed in Navarre one more day so we used our gift certificate for lunch the next day.

It's time to start driving west, so we made our way to Baton Rouge, LA, where we spent a couple nights. Another rainy day meant we went to the Mall of Louisiana where Marla shopped ...

The Great Crossing

A travel blog entry by ninapennewell on Jan 29, 2014

8 comments, 24 photos

... And then ANCHORS AWAY!

It is hard to describe the Crossing and what it meant to us. It was truly a sentinel event in our lives. We had to face our fears of traveling at night on the open ocean. We had to have faith in our boat and equipment and navigation skills. We had to tame our imagination and steady our nerves. We had to trust each other not to fall asleep when piloting the boat while the other slept. It was raw, it was real, it was boating.

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Thursday

A travel blog entry by marykuch47 on Mar 03, 2011

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... I’ll have ...