The Surf Club Of Marco

Address: 540 South Collier Boulevard, Marco Island, Southwest Gulf Coast, Florida, 34145, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 540 South Collier Boulevard, Marco Island, is near Tigertail Beach, Royal Naval Dockyard, Bermuda Maritime Museum, and Dolphin Quest.
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    Travel Blogs from Marco Island

    Western Florida

    A travel blog entry by bonny_and_clyde on Aug 11, 2015

    9 photos

    ... State Park, where we parked for two nights. We rented a kayak and explored the surrounding waterways. This area is a big limestone basin with springs feeding creeks, and we found one of these where we were able to swim (safe from alligators!)

    Next day we backtracked a little to Homosassa Springs state park, where there is a resident manatee population. Manatee are closely related to dugong, and we got to view them from above and from ...

    Kayaking and Campfires

    A travel blog entry by ktchris on Dec 12, 2014

    53 photos

    ... wine, and baked beans. Chris excitedly made a fire and got cooking. We did some laundry as we were running out of undies and took our much needed showers. It’s one thing to be covered in sweat but when you add sunscreen and bug spray, you start to feel pretty darn gross and showers feel awesome. Supper was amazing and we enjoyed it as we sat by the fire and enjoyed the crackling wood. The mosquitoes kept their distance thankfully so we just relaxed. ...

    See you later Alligator

    A travel blog entry by phatchief666 on Sep 05, 2014

    ... accelerating up to around fifty miles an hour and drifting around Tokyo drift style. He slowed down and pointed out where we might see alligators. With our cameras primed it did not disappoint. Three alligators swimming around without a care in the world. One was around two or three feet away from my side of the boat, just checking me out and as the boat slowly drifted by he swam alongside. The pilot said that nothing bothers them because they're the top ...

    The Everglades has Gators!

    A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Mar 12, 2013

    25 photos

    ... red boxer-briefs on backwards during the flight. By the time Casey had cleared it with her work to take the time off within the small window of availability; all those $69 seats were gone. Therefore, I tried going to Kayak. Evidently a fare war started under equally peculiar travel rules. But in the end, United Airlines (UAL) would fly us from Dulles to FLL for $117 each round trip – total - SOLD!

    Leaving the day ...

    Last Day In Paradise

    A travel blog entry by tombombidil on Feb 25, 2013

    1 photo

    ... me who they beat, when I said South Africa he goes "yes" lol...
    flying to New York and blogging at 30,000 feet listening to Jonesy & Amanda on WSFM online (local Sydney radio station). Think about 6 degrees in New York and are about to land, can feel the descent, time to blog off and get the jacket out. Do have some photos from paragliding, zip lining and stingrays, wil get them up when I'm backs- funny ...