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2303 1st St East, Bradenton, United States
100 Riverfront Dr W, Bradenton, United States
4450 47th St W, Bradenton, United States
3506 1st Street, Bradenton, United States
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... easy driving -- so easy that it is almost boring. Gas is $3,25, $.25 more per gallon than other Southern states. This is the first state in which I've seen billboards advertising Adult Superstores followed closely by billboards touting god, scriptures, ...
11//24 Bradenton/Thanksgiving week The Muscatells are such a fun family. We stayed with Tom and Butch at their winter home in Brandenton, FL. While we love it when their kids and Kiki and family are there with us, ...
... and dresses! I took pictures of strangers just because of those outfits! Now, it's Sunday- Fathers Day- and I'm off to Bradenton, FL for my brothers birthday party. My sister is coming too, so exciting, I've not seen her or her family ...
Saturday January 17th - 21st 2009 Leaving the Keys has been a mix of emotions. We felt sorrow leaving the sun, sand and friends, as well as excitment to have new roads to travel and new parks to see. Lake Manatee is a wonderful park as all of ...
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201 10th Street West, Bradenton, Florida, United States
South Florida Museum is the largest natural and cultural history museum on Florida's Gulf Coast. The museum interprets the region from the Pleistocene to the present. The Bishop Planetarium, features one of the most advanced all-digital projection systems in the world and presents astronomy programs the whole family will enjoy. The Parker Manatee Aquarium, part of Florida's manatee rehabilitation network, is home to the oldest known living manatee. Phone ahead to confirm schedule and admission.
201 10th St W, Bradenton, Florida, United States
1611 9th St W, Bradenton, Florida, United States
6600 River Club Blvd, Bradenton, Florida, United States
Architect Ron Garl designed this 18-hole par 72 championship golf course that stretches 7,026 yards from the back tees with a rating of 74.50 and slope of 149.