SpringHill Suites Port St. Lucie

Address: 2000 NW Courtyard Circle, Port Saint Lucie, Florida, 34986, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2000 NW Courtyard Circle, Port Saint Lucie, is near Tradition Field, Thunderball Grotto, Mel Fisher's Treasure Museum, and PGA Golf Club in PGA Village - Dye Course.
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          Travel Blogs from Port Saint Lucie

          Getting Ready

          A travel blog entry by emily.omahoney on Sep 06, 2015

          7 comments

          Getting ready......starting to put stuff aside.....will it all fit? What do we really need?

          And on the home front, Brian Jr. will be taking care of the dogs.......I know I will miss them! Is there enough dog food? Will he get home in time to walk them and feed them ...

          Entry 2 : Hey Xavier, have you ever play baseball?

          A travel blog entry by xavier.colosse on Mar 23, 2013

          4 comments

          As I said in my last blog, during my second week at the Florida Coast Spring Training Baseball Camp, I received a new assignment from my supervisor Vinny. In fact, I'm now in charge of two teams, one from New-Brunswick and one from West Ontario. So I let you imagine how busy was my week at the office!

          However, I had a lot of fun with these teams because the head coach of West Ontario told me that his French vocabulary was not very good and he wanted ...

          We Crossed !!! in shallow water

          A travel blog entry by rara-bep on Apr 23, 2011

          ... the East To West first and were ready for us. We decided we wanted to stay on the West side until 7 in the morning because we didn't know what was on the other side and we could see that we had a very nice anchorage right at the Lock. That's what we did.

          That's all folks! Good nite . All is good. We threw out the anchor at the bow and hooked the stern to a dolphin.(now look up what a dolphin is) Locking through, down 13 ft tomorrow.

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          Worth the 18-Hour Drive

          A travel blog entry by reginaramas on Mar 10, 2011

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          ... a half). It was gonna cost us $150- $200 roundtrip for each of us---that's like getting a good flight deal from SouthWest during off-peak season----so NO. Our last option was to take my car and drive there for 18 hours more or less, I was thinking I still needed to "break-in" my car anyways since I haven't taken it out on a long out-of-town trip ever since I got it last November so now would actually be a good time. So it was set... I was driving. The scary ...

          INSIDE / OUTSIDE

          A travel blog entry by takinbetz on Apr 11, 2010

          5 photos

          ... inlet seemed to get worse the further we went.

          It’s disconcerting when you’re trying to find a marker and the bow of the boat in blocking your view as you look straight at the anchor. And of course, what follows that is the slam down into the waves and the water flowing down the gunwale. Reminds me of the Tongue of the Ocean in the Bahamas!

          The seas were predicted to be 3-4’ however "In the small print" was ...