Sheraton PGA Vacation Resort Villas

8702 Champions Way, Port Saint Lucie, Florida, 34986, United States | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on 8702 Champions Way, Port Saint Lucie, is near Thunderball Grotto, Tradition Field, Mel Fisher's Treasure Museum, and PGA Golf Club in PGA Village - Dye Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Saint Lucie

    No wait, this is the most stupid thing yet

    A travel blog entry by mattydc1 on Sep 08, 2014

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    ... turns up. Made light work of the door, clearly something he had done before. A passer by commenting on how it must be bad if the police are breaking into your van! We split the keys and Jamie buys a Mississippi keyring from the petrol station to be sure this never happens again!! We then hit the road again, now this was tiring work and the next stop could only be one place, hooters. Meet some great girls who more or less sit with us ...

    Day 7: Golf, Dinner, and an Early Night

    A travel blog entry by nikl_us on Sep 07, 2014

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    ... early night ahead of me, but I was really happy to be able to spend time with all of them before I left. Tomorrow, I am heading out of Vero around 4:30 am for my flight out of Orlando to DC. Since it is my last night in Florida, I thought I'd share a couple of generalities about the state... 1.) Wherever you go, if you're near the ocean, it will corrode. It doesn't just happen in Hawai'i. 2.) Thank goodness for Hawai'i beach laws. Between noise ordinances and rights ...

    We Crossed !!! in shallow water

    A travel blog entry by rara-bep on Apr 23, 2011

    ... happens is you look at the Garmin and there is a magenta colored line and you keep the boat on that line for the charted course...and you better stay on the line. The Lake is big and wide and you don't see land on the other side for a long time. We got through the lock on the other side and
    thought we would make it to the last lock, but we got there at 7:17, in stead of 7:00. Then, all of a sudden
    boats started coming through. They ...

    Worth the 18-Hour Drive

    A travel blog entry by reginaramas on Mar 10, 2011

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    ... so we had to get there soon. Flying was out of the question, the tickets were crazy expensive since that weekend just happened to be the start of SPRING BREAK. Are you kidding me? It cost $400 bucks at least for a roundtrip economy flight to Florida, so that would automatically make it $800 for the both of us. We then opted for a Greyhound bus and when I looked it up, it was still a bit pricey and not to mention the travel time was more than expected (I think a ...

    A busy February and March

    A travel blog entry by savagetwo on Mar 16, 2010

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... everyone in Stuart to seek shelter immediately. The storm was almost upon us so we met Dave & Betsy and ran inside the Sailors Return, the new restaurant in front of the Sunset Marina and mooring field. We had a great lunch and sat indoors and watched as all the people who had seats on the deck were scurrying inside looking for seats once the storm hit. The restaurant lost power for a moment and when we got back to the boat, Dave & ...