Pelican Post Motel

Address: 202 First Street North, Bradenton Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida, 34217, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 202 First Street North, Bradenton Beach, is near Bean Point, Anna Maria Island, Coquina Beach, and Coquina Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Bradenton Beach

    Siesta Key

    A travel blog entry by jeremy.steward on Jul 21, 2015

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    ... much pondering, we decided to cook in our little house, as we probably won't get many places with a kitchen and eating out all day every day gets a bit pricey. We went to the village supermarket and Jan cooked a lovely risotto. We wondered if we could stay another night at Siesta Key as it was so nice, but we're running out of time and have to move on.....next stop, ...

    Day 1 travel to Alaska!

    A travel blog entry by annemarie.sturm on Jul 10, 2015

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    ... flight we experienced a medical emergency. I was glad I could assist the flight attendant with the defibrillator. After a return emergency landing back at Denver, we made it to Anchorage around 1 am local time (4 am Florida time). Stumbeling down the stairs (literally) to our room at the Backpackers Inn, we closed our eyes for a few hours. Good ...

    Going in circles

    A travel blog entry by jchende on Jan 29, 2015

    ... like the DeSoto Memorial just off the island. Lovely quiet park that wanders along the Bay with plenty of places to get to the water..... and some interesting oyster shells. Walking to the pier and back has been a way to get my walking in. I can see a time when the drive to collect shells will not need to be answered every day. Didn't think that would ever happen, but I've never had 4 weeks to shell. Maybe driving to the ...

    A Home-r Away From Home

    A travel blog entry by cmitch257 on Jun 19, 2014

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    ... the little dampener of the Portugal equaliser they were happy with the draw, even if they were expecting 'over-time'. That evening we went for another evening swim, as it would be our last night at the McIntyre house! We had an amazing time there, and loved every minute, and every bite of food! We were sad to say bye, especially to Anouk, who thanks to her we now know every episode of Dora the Explorer. Our next drive took us to the Everglades for a night, which we were both looking forward ...

    An All-Inclusive Resort in the Heart of FL

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Dec 15, 2013

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    ... There were no signs outside, not even the name printed anywhere. The front was a sandwich shop with no indications that there was a bar and lounge behind the curtains behind the counter. Kaitlyn went in first to see if there were in the right spot, the “cashier” led us to the back. Behind the curtain was a dimly but well lit lounge with couch like benches along the walls and blue backlit bar in the back. They are known for their specialty ...