RINGING IN 2017- Sarasota, Siesta Key, and Venice New years eve Sarasota Happy New Year from your friends at Tropical Beach Resorts and Inn at the Beach! Sarasota’s Pineapple Drop-Downtown Sarasota Main Street and [...]
The 4th of July brings Fireworks, Powerboats and tons of Fun-Sarasota, Siesta Key, Lido Key This time of year is one of my favorites! Summer is in full swing with blue skies full of sunshine, [...]
How to Pack the Perfect Island Suitcase for your Siesta Key Vacation Take me to the beach How do you even start to decide what to pack? All your favorite clothing items for the beach [...]
Tropical Beach Resorts Staff Picks for great Valentine's Day Ideas while in Siesta Key, Sarasota, FL. We asked our staff members for their ideas for this upcoming Valentine's Day holiday. Here are some suggestions for [...]
You are on vacation, right? Then there is no need to wait until the sun goes down to enjoy a few drinks any day of the week on your trip. Plus, who doesn’t love drink and food specials? Here are a few hot spots Siesta Key Village has to offer. Feel free to bar hop and experience all of them! That’s one of the many wonderful qualities of The Village here, there is plenty to see but all in one manageable size strip of the key, so you can explore it all. […]
You probably know that Sarasota is famous for its beautiful beaches, but did you know it is also famous for its Ringling Circus heritage?
The Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus was a world-renowned show that traveled across the United States, and had its winter headquarters settled in Sarasota. One of the brothers, John Ringling, was a great deal of importance in the modern development in Sarasota. He also bought water front land, which he then built a mansion on and later built a museum to hold him and his wife, Mable’s, collection of Baroque art. It wasn’t long before John became extremely wealthy and bought the American Circus Corporation, thus owning every traveling circus in America. During this time he traveled Europe while adding to his art collection, which is now the couples growing legacy: The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art; a unique gem of Sarasota. […]