Sabal Palms Inn

Address: 1301 Gulfway, Saint Pete Beach, Florida, 33706, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located in the St. Pete Beach/South Beaches area of Saint Pete Beach, is near Pass-a-Grille, Shell Key Shuttle, Shell Key Shuttle, and Dolphin Landings Charter Boat Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint Pete Beach

    Quick stop in Clearwater.

    A travel blog entry by alwaysastory on Aug 08, 2015

    5 photos

    ... We were shocked. We went in and had sea view seats and ordered French Onion soup which had a layer of Gruyere cheese on top. Then we had an appetiser given to had of sorbet to clean our pallets apparently. Followed by steak. Which was really reasonable and probably the only time I might afford it. It was Huge!!! Half a cow on my plate and a jacket potato. So I ate the meat and left the jacket potato for lunch the next day! Perfect. So we continued our journey ...

    Home at last

    A travel blog entry by crabby on Aug 01, 2015

    117 photos

    ... forward.  There is a moodiness to Europe which is understandable but perhaps prohibitive to progress.  Lately, we've felt a similar mood when we've returned to the large, international airports and slogged through the miserable process of re-entering our own country.  The customs official in Tampa who detained us clearly relished the power to make us weary travelers more unhappy showing his power in his ability to get us stuck (temporarily) in stir. It didn't feel like ...

    Reflections on being "retired"

    A travel blog entry by jchende on Feb 11, 2015

    Ok, technically I am still working part time (or I will be when I get back to Ohio) but I have spent the last 6 weeks among the retired, with a spouse who is retired. As a newbie and still on the fringes of this group I have made certain observations. Without the structure of a work week you tend to forget what day it is. Weekends lose their significance. This happens ...

    Departure Day

    A travel blog entry by jblackert on Jun 30, 2014

    ... won’t consist of rampant reptiles or snoring co-pilots, but rather the citrus aroma from the bowls of fresh fruit picked from the trees in the backyard. Perhaps the nights of playing catch with the neighbors followed by dinner with my parents and grandparents always consisting of a raw shrimp appetizer while the meal was being prepared. The nights of dressing up to eat at the Seafood Shack just down the street, or the cookouts in ...

    The Great Crossing

    A travel blog entry by ninapennewell on Jan 29, 2014

    8 comments, 24 photos

    ... the middle of the flotilla). They were our personal beacons in the night and a tremendous comfort as well, reminding us we were not alone on this great, big ocean. We turned on our funky, blue bridge lights so we would not feel the darkness so much. Our friends told us the blue lights were a big comfort to them for the same reasons.

    While we did roll around a lot for the first few hours, the sea finally settled down and it was a tolerable ride. We made good time. ...