Island Sun Inn

Address: 625 So. Tamiami Trail, Venice, Florida, 34285, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 625 So. Tamiami Trail, Venice, is near Venice Municipal Beach, Princess Cays, North Jetty Beach, and Pelican Pointe Golf and Country Club.
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Travel Blogs from Venice

Nepal Musings....Pico continued...

A travel blog entry by stansman15 on Jan 02, 2015

... extends broadly to East versus West, and to where self sacrifice runs into self indulgence..... -PI with insight as always claims many come to Kathmandu to enjoy their vices more by learning how to turn them into virtues - if time in K, check out: Freak St, chocolates, cafe's....Aunt Jane's.....apple ...

2015 Beginnings...

A travel blog entry by stansman15 on Jan 01, 2015

... walking, the rest of us, testing our game for the New Year. Unfortunately, the yips seem to have survived 2014 in very good shape and have decided to extend their stay into 2015.........grief! I have promised myself that I will NOT continue to play this game until I have my friend the yips under ...

Holiday Season spent in Florida!

A travel blog entry by isy_ on Dec 19, 2014

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... unusual ones, you're definitely right in America! In Florida, as there is no snow and it actually is kinda weird to put up Santa and his reindeers with a sleigh, people hang their palm trees with lights and have singing flamingos with a Christmas hat on. You get all kinds of Christmas decoration for whatever place or mood! Restaurants... As we have an apartment we sometimes cook ourselves. We did turkey, hamburgers and steak but sometimes you just don't want to cook! There's ...

Shark tooth capital of the world

A travel blog entry by smyth on Feb 22, 2014

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... seems to offer many books on the subject.

For millions of years sharks have lived and died in the Gulf of Mexico. Dead sharks sink to the ocean floor where they get covered with layers of sand and silt. The cartilage all disintegrates and the water and storm action eventually stirs everything up. The changing tidea and waves carry the teeth to the ...

Everglades. Lots of stuff here wants to hurt you

A travel blog entry by spoggle on Jul 13, 2012

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We left Miami nice and early as we planned to sweep across Florida this morning, south of the Everglades and end up in a town called Venice (again) on the Gulf coast. But on the way, we wanted to stop off in the Everglades and have the obligatory Fan Boat ride, spot some alligators and try not to lose a hand in the process. We set off on route 75, which was pretty straight, with not much either side other than fields and marsh. A little known fact, is that the ...