Belleair Beach Resort

Address: 2040 Gulf Boulevard, Belleair Beach, Florida, 33786, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 2040 Gulf Boulevard, Belleair Beach, is near Pier 60, Sand Key Park, Captain Memo's Pirate Cruise, and Florida Botanical Gardens.
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      Travel Blogs from Belleair Beach

      Alex Adjmi an inspiration

      A travel blog entry by jumbledglo872 on Dec 04, 14

      ... you could to create the actual ending memorable. In case not, a person might have got tons involving vocal tension through the speech. Carry out a bit research. Beginning any sentence with most the term "actually" conveys surprise as well as submissiveness. This particular is much better than rambling upon wanting to convince all of them you realize what is likely on once you don't.

      When inquired to talk in a wedding, you ...

      History and Hysterics

      A travel blog entry by tan14 on Nov 29, 2014

      18 photos

      ... an interesting few hours exploring the houses, grounds, museum and lab we were off again heading towards Tampa.

      We stopped in at Apollo beach which is known for its Manatees. They come into a small canal/outlet that the Tampa Electric company releases their waste water into as it is warm. In winter time a larger number of manatees can be seen in the canal up to around 300, we were lucky enough to see over 100. The Manatee belongs to the same family of ...

      From the Keys to the Gulf Coast of Florida

      A travel blog entry by sini2014 on Nov 21, 2014

      1 comment, 61 photos

      ... campsites had very little shade. The height of mosquito season is June to the end of October so we were just on the downside. As soon as the sun goes down they come out to feed – big time. So air conditioning was a must. Our campground had 65 sites but only about 8 were taken. We set up camp and drove the short distance to the Visitor Center. There are several vulture families that live around the visitor center and at our campground. We ...

      Cats, Dogs, and Alligators...Oh My!

      A travel blog entry by jblackert on Jun 29, 2014

      18 photos

      ... torture of the pond and wondered what happened when they were too large to remain as a guest at this roadside attraction. I was later informed they would leave the golf course when they reached adult stature and would be transported to another attraction called Jungle Gardens. This made me feel only a little better now that I knew they would never experience a gators natural habitat and have to re-acclimate to a culture where they were not bred.
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      The Great Crossing

      A travel blog entry by ninapennewell on Jan 29, 2014

      8 comments, 24 photos

      ... Of course! But what a beautiful sight we saw!. The ocean had become a lovely aquamarine color. Since we began this wonderful journey, we have only seen murky, brownish green water. Now it was a dazzling blue. And the dolphins, those harbingers of good fortune, were jumping all around us and swimming in our wake. (One day I will be quick enough to capture a photo of them). There were islands and clouds and birds and trees and civilization. We could see our friends' ...