Shoreline Island Resort
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Shoreline Island Resort Madeira Beach
Travel Blogs from Madeira Beach
... the first coca cola bottles and had beautiful gardens and old house. The day after we left Mobile and drove to Tallahassee, the state Capitol of Florida. We stopped at the naval aviation museum which was amazing, lots of cool old aircrafts and exhibits. We stopped at a town called Seaside which was lovely with lots of cute shops and beautiful beach. Next we left Tallahassee and drove to Clearwater. We watched Forrest Gump on the way to Cedar Key, a small island with ...
... we were set to leave on our trip--put a fast priority on checking it out. This proved to be much more of a problem than a beligerent brake light! Even with Scott's speeded-up schedule, the work couldn''t be completed today since a few parts wouldn't arrive until tomorrow. Ingenious Scott, however, had a plan--Ocala Honda would put Matthew in a rental car so he could return to Gainesville. (Matthew's plans ...
Tampa and if we can keep on cooling down along the way we will be happy. The heat in Tampa this year came in early and
summer hit us before we could get the beast packed up to leave. We will post our blog as time and WIFI
connection permits. We hope all our
friends and family have a great summer and feel free to email us along the way
with neat places to see or things to do.
Keep on keepin on…Trish & Bill, on the loose…
Leaving Grayton Beach we were ready to be home, so we
spent a long day of travel. We left at 8
am, lost an hour moving through the last time zone and arrived home safe and
sound at 6 pm on Wednesday, September 3.
What a fantastic ...
... very often set next to some drunkard oaf and secretly drop the Queen's shilling into the man's pewter tankard. When the cup and the ale touch his lips, that was it. He was regarded as having accepted the Queen's Shilling and was in the British Army. So eventually they came up with a glass bottomed pewter tankard, that way if a shilling was dropped in he could see it before taking a drink. The sight of the ...