Knights Inn

Address: 301 South Frontage Rd., Plant City, Florida, 33566, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 301 South Frontage Rd., Plant City, is near Dinosaur World, Wild About Dolphins, Plant City, and Shrine of Our Lady of Europa.
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      Travel Blogs from Plant City

      Hotel of the gilded age

      A travel blog entry by kathfitzp on Dec 31, 2014

      10 photos

      ... soccer stars, tree climbing, marching bands, trees lit up like Avatar, an ice skating rink and an inflatable soccer pitch that made Daniel and Reuben want to slide tackle the 4 year olds. The best part was dinner from the food stalls. Mum and Dad had Greek chicken wraps called gyros and the boys had a massive bbqd turkey leg each and looked like the Flintstones. It was great they had kids fireworks at 8pm as well as midnight so we could go home for our early start the next ...

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      A travel blog entry by jumbledglo872 on Dec 31, 14

      ... can be easy to obtain distracted simply by other items around you, don't! Since you want the actual audience for you to engage within that which you are generally saying, a person have to manage to obtain thier attention.

      When requested to talk at a wedding, you may be tempted to use some type of funny patter or poke entertaining at the participants. Implement all of them next time you have to speak in public. Stay Away From flashy colors and also ...

      Florida, Day 2

      A travel blog entry by 1krafty1 on Dec 04, 2013

      9 photos

      I started the day with a 17 mile bike ride on a beautiful morning of 65 degrees and no wind. It
      was my first bike ride in 9 days, because of weather and the holidays, plus road time. It was a great ride on the General James Van Fleet Memorial Trail, which runs north and south about 1 mile from my friend, Gary’s house. Today I rode north, so tomorrow morning, I will probably ride south.

      When I returned to the trailer, Gary ...

      5/4/2013 Fun

      A travel blog entry by jacob.lolley on May 04, 2013

      178 photos

      ... went to Starbucks and I had hot tea. Then we went back to class until 3pm then to the Saw-grass State Park.
      On the way home we headed over to the fair where Jim followed as I lead him around to rides. We did that until 8:30pm and then we went to Applebees To Go and then went home ate, got ready for bead and went to bed.
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      The Sights of Summer

      A travel blog entry by sldusse on Aug 04, 2012

      3 comments, 6 photos

      ... the flips and flops of the kids riding the tubes behind Mr. Rich's boat and the massive spread of fish & delicious covered dishes at the end of our stay. It was back to the Carolinas with the sun saying good morning as it peaked above the Appalachians. It was the cool ride of the stream as it wound its way around the campground. Then the tears and pain as we rushed Sarah to the emergency room with a broken ...