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St. Petersburg, Florida

St Petersburg, Florida At a Glance

This great city of sun has all the sun you could get, shopping malls,parks,beaches, and all the fun plans you would like to experience. The Pier downtown and close to 2 different Airports. Night clubs and sports clubs. Flea Markets; Wagon Wheel is the cheapest and the best place to shop for. Try the salvation army and Goodwill as well, if you’re looking for that authentic item and yard/garage sale.

Places to Stay in St Petersburg, Florida

Quality Inn, Best Inn, La Quinta, Days Inn, Holiday Inn. And have the best restaurants such…Ale House, Bleachers, Apple Bees, Durango, Kissin Cousins for breakfast,and around the Pier/downtown area.

Places to Eat in St Petersburg, Florida

From fast food chains like McDonald, Arbys, Bostons Chicken, Chic-Fill-A, and other great restaurants like Durango, Bone Fish, Cody’s Restaurant, and Chinese Buffett Restaurants.

Places to Go in St Petersburg, Florida

Just take I-275 to Tampa, Lowrey Park Zoo, Busch Gardens, and at the Channel side; Aquarium, Tampa Bay Lightning arena,as well as for the Tampa Bay Storms,Raymond James Stadium,and Ybor City.

Getting Around St Petersburg, Florida

If you’re new in town, getting around is not as easy as you wish…All the roads are by avenues and by streets, whether you’re going South or North. South is St. Petersburg to Bradenton and North is to Tampa to Orlando. I-275 will take you everywhere and I-4 to Orlando. Please, pick up the Daily Planet magazines and will have all the activities you could plan ahead informations. Clubs,restaurants, and special events such concerts and festivals.

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2 thoughts on “St. Petersburg, Florida”

  1. If you are visiting my hometown of St Petersburg you have to visit Ft Desoto Park and put your toes in the sand. It is arguably one of the best beaches in the nation and definately worth the brief 10 minute detour off the highway to see some natural Florida beauty of St Petersburg Clearwater.

  2. Wow. This article does not contain any of the great things about St. Pete! In fact, most of the places mentioned aren’t even in St. Pete at all! True, a lot of the appeal is how close it is Tampa, but it can hold it’s own quite well!

    If you are trying to decide whether to stay on I-75 or take the I-275 detour, the detour is definitely worth it. Even if you don’t get out of the car, crossing the Sunshine Skyway Bridge is one of the coolest views you will find.

    For “Places to Go” check out the Chihuly exhibit, new Dali museum, Ft. DeSoto park and beach, any of the beaches on the West coast, the Pier (for as long as it is stil there), Beach Drive (for shops and restaurants), Tropicana Field (catch a Rays game), Al Lang field for some soccer, and some of the best parks and nature preserves out there.

    If you can spend a bit, the best places to stay are the Vinoy, the Don Cesar, the Sirata, or the Tradewinds.

    And if you go to this area, you have to try the Cuban food like La Teresita, la Habana Cafe, and the Columbia. Other good places include Moon Under Water, Red Mesa, Parkshore Grill, Ceviche, Old Northeast Tavern, Bella Brava, and Taco Bus (a local favorite). For a cool restaurant (especially with kids) is the Hangar Restaurant, right on the strip of a small airport in downtown. And, of course, there is Ferg’s Sports Bar (a destination in itself, right across from Tropicana Field).

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