SpringHill Suites Port St. Lucie

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 Thunderball Grotto, Tradition Field, Mel Fisher's Treasure Museum, and PGA Golf Club in PGA Village - Dye Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Saint Lucie

    No wait, this is the most stupid thing yet

    A travel blog entry by mattydc1 on Sep 08, 2014

    5 photos

    ... meals and for another hour or so. Learnt a lot from them about colour and race. Which wasn't educational, just hilarious. We were quizzed on whether we would be into a swirl. Now a swirl is a mixture or chocolate and vanilla ice cream, so you get the jist. Jamie gets them added on Facebook and we hit the road again. End up driving another ridiculous amount and end up just a couple of hours from Miami, gonna ditch the camper and get ****** as a ...

    Day 7: Golf, Dinner, and an Early Night

    A travel blog entry by nikl_us on Sep 07, 2014

    2 photos

    ... access, Hawai'i has it right. 3.) Florida is FLAT. I swear, driving up from the Keys, it seemed a straight shot all the way up the state! 4.) I am too old for South Beach. 5.) I am too young for the rest of the state. Overall, I had a really good time in Florida and was happy to spend time with my family. Florida is such a unique balance between ocean life, wildlife, and people. Having only visited Vero Beach in the past, I was very happy to see the rest of the ...

    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

    78 photos

    ... 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 ...

    A busy February and March

    A travel blog entry by savagetwo on Mar 16, 2010

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... us they had pea sized hail and lots of wind at the docks.

    Sunday, Feb. 28 – Art Festival in Stuart. Thousands of people showed up. It was a sunny breezy day. We went with Linda & Paul and later we had nachos and a couple beers with them at Wahoos before retiring to the boats to watch Canada beat the US in hockey. Oh well. They gave it their best shot.

    Monday, March 1 – A Tartan 34 came into the marina ...