Sleep Inn & Suites Riverfront - Ellenton

Address: 5605 18th Street E., Ellenton, Florida, 34222, United States | 1 star hotel
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      Reviewed by cheranddan

      Warm and dry

      Reviewed Sep 15, 2013
      by (3 reviews) West Kelowna , Canada Flag of Canada


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      And the transatlantic cruise begins!

      A travel blog entry by jpearson on Apr 07, 2013

      I've got to admit (though seeing how the story ends I'm not sure why I ever got this interest), but ever since I saw 'titanic' the idea of crossing the ocean via ship has appealed to me. I gravitated towards novels about ocean crossings and read up on various ways to actually make my dream a reality. I dreamt of crossing on one of Cunards ships (the QE2, or queen Mary would be amazing!), but sadly, these were way out of budget. It wasn't until ...

      My Birthday Weekend!

      A travel blog entry by kimfromkansas on Feb 06, 2012

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      ... reef called M5. We loaded up on wetsuits (I wore two - my 2 mm under a rented 3 mm) and hoods in an attempt to keep warm in the chilly 65 degree water. Our first dive had fairly good visibility of 20 feet (though nothing compared to Fiji or Australia). Despite an event I will mention in a moment, it was a wonderful dive. The M5 reef is essentially a wasteland of large 5 foot wide tube-like structures, sort of like giant ...


      A travel blog entry by mike2353 on Jun 23, 2010


      ... we were elated.

      Mom and I went shopping tonight and I think I have everything I need. Some comfortable shorts for hiking, a light jacket for the English rain, and some toiletries. My anticipation is high and a certain quote aptly describes my mindset at the moment.

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