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    Jun 2011
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    Need some tips on where to stay (Tampa-New Port Richey area)

    First off guys/gals, I don't want to ask where to hunt, I'll figure that out by myself. I have two weeks in March that I'm coming down to the area to metal detect and to look for a place to move to later this year and am torn as to where to stay. I'd love to get a beach front hotel somewhere around Redington - Clearwater but two weeks of beachfront hotel costs would be more than I'd like to do for two weeks. Does anyone have any tips as to a good place to stay that won't kill the budget for two weeks? Someplace near beaches within driving or walking distance?
    Plans are to spend most of the looking for homes in the New Port Richey area due to friends that live there. I'd ask them but they would want us to stay with them and I wouldn't have the freedom to detect when I want.

    Any help or tips would be appreciated.

    Cliff

  2. #2
    us
    keep on diggin!!

    Jun 2005
    alachua county, FL
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Need some tips on where to stay (Tampa-New Port Richey area)

    hampton inn rocky point is good for tampa area. we stayed there before our cruise, reasonable price too..

  3. #3
    us
    Jun 2011
    Florida
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    Beach and Shallow Water Hunting
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    Re: Need some tips on where to stay (Tampa-New Port Richey area)

    Appreciate the reply Ocalasix. Thanks

    Cliff

  4. #4
    us
    keep on diggin!!

    Jun 2005
    alachua county, FL
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Need some tips on where to stay (Tampa-New Port Richey area)

    your welcome!! enjoy, the roads are a little confusing, use a tomtom or something you'll be fine..lol

  5. #5

    Aug 2006
    WHAT KIND OF TREASURE ARE WE HUNTING TODAY ?
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    Re: Need some tips on where to stay (Tampa-New Port Richey area)

    my fav.....riverside inn
    SPINNER VALUE KEY: RED is METAL DETECT.LT  BLUE is AUCTION. DARK BLUE is GOLD MINING.GREEN is THRIFT STORE.YELLOW is GEM GRUBBIN.PINK is COIN ROLL HUNT.BROWN is BEACH AND SHALLOW WATER HUNT.ORANGE JUNK PICK AND OR METAL SCRAPPING

  6. #6
    us
    It's the NOT knowing what is under the coil that makes it worthwhile!

    Mar 2012
    Land O' Lakes
    Garrett ACE 350
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Need some tips on where to stay (Tampa-New Port Richey area)

    Depends on where you want to spend your time. There are plenty of great places on the beaches. I usually find a place (Condo) on Madeira beach and stay for the week.

    I own a Real Estate Brokerage in Tampa, so often I have a client with a condo, but that is still my favorite beach.

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