Seascape Motel and Marina

Address: 1275 76th Street Ocean East, Marathon, Florida Keys, Florida, 33050, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1275 76th Street Ocean East, Marathon, is near Sombrero Beach, Captain Hook's Marina & Dive Center, Crane Point Museum & Nature Center, and Marathon Garden Club.
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      Travel Blogs from Marathon

      Miami and onto The Florida Keys

      A travel blog entry by okeeffe on Aug 07, 2014

      7 photos

      ... crew and wrecked cars. Very sobering. The traffic got going again, just as Homer started going on about toll roads and got us confused. I started following my nose and trying to read the signs. Convinced we were heading west rather than south, Rach and I then realised that due to the road works Homer couldn't recognise which road we were on, Doh! As quick as we got lost, we saw a sign for the Keys and Homer started talking sense again. We were back on ...

      Wasting Away Again in Margaritaville

      A travel blog entry by gflacke on Jun 08, 2014

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... was illuminating the darkened skies, and thunder was shaking our bones. Perfect weather for camping! The storm lasted about 30 minutes and then we drove out the other end as if nothing had happened. Jon had forgotten to pack a rain jacket so we stopped at Walmart to pick one up; five days later when we got home and unpacked we discovered he had one in his bag all along. It’s no surprise he couldn’t find it, though, as it was buried underneath enough clothing and supplies ...

      Southern Winds

      A travel blog entry by ninapennewell on Apr 15, 2014

      5 comments, 42 photos

      ... we made it through the night just fine. (I should add that without us knowing, the Good Captains set their phone anchor watch to monitor our Calliope via satellite just to be sure! Do friends get any better than that? I think not!)

      Surprisingly, it was an absolutely perfect night on the Little Shark. In spite of all the boats around us it was quiet and peaceful with a cool breeze to keep the bugs at bay. And because we were in a wilderness area, there were no ...

      Dry Tortugas National Park and Key West

      A travel blog entry by dsandow on Aug 31, 2013

      2 comments, 8 photos

      Before I describe the excitement of the day, I must return to my ongoing peeve for this trip, namely toll roads. Florida has them too.

      Being the good citizens and planners that we are, we checked on the anticipated toll online (about $32) and then read the fine print, which says that cash is NOT accepted at various locations, including the point where we would be departing the toll road. So, what's an ...

      Last week.

      A travel blog entry by sandylane on Jul 14, 2012

      32 photos

      ... it's a little scary to be there all by yourself. Big thunderstorm came up while she was there. Would have been funny if she got struck by lightning in KW cemetery. To die in the cemetery. Huh? She also ate at Garbo's again. The Kogi Beef Tacos are to die for (so she says--she didn't give me any). No pepper sauce this time! Then she went shopping. Too bad there are so many tee shirt stores on Duval Street. She bought preserved lemons and glass bedside carafes at ...