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St. Petersburg’s Coliseum was featured in the movie 
Dockside Dave’s is one of many local seafood restaurants on the beach strip.
At John’s Pass, there are several “boat-up” bars and restaurants like Gators.
St. Petersburg’s Beach Drive is lined with museums, shops and restaurants.
The Museum of Fine Arts are located on Beach Drive in St. Petersburg.
Both Tampa and St. Petersburg have historic neighborhoods filled with Arts & Crafts bungalows. 
Tampa’s Hyde Park neighborhood
The Mahaffey Theater, located on Beach Drive in downtown St. Petersburg, is one of many performing arts centers in the Tampa Bay area.
John’s Pass at Madeira Beach offers boat and JetSki rentals, as well dolphin-watching and sunset sailing cruises.
The Salvador Dali Museum in downtown St. Petersburg.
The Loews Don CeSar Hotel offers memberships to local residents who love to enjoy the beachside pool, spa and other recreational facilities at the hotel.
Shuffleboard courts at St. Petersburg’s Coliseum.
Suncoast Trolleys run up and down the beach strip in St. Petersburg.
Pelicans and the St. Petersburg skyline
Treasure Island Beach is lined with colorful hotels, condominiums and time shares.
Both St. Pete Beach and Clearwater Beach feature colorful trolleys.
The PSTA’s downtown trolleys run up and down Central Avenue and to Beach Drive in St. Petersburg.
The Twistee “Cone” n St. Petersburg.
Located directly across the street from Tropicana Field, home of the MLB’s Tampa Bay Rays, Ferg’s is the ultimate sports bar and packs them in during home games.
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St. Petersburg’s Coliseum was featured in the movie "Cocoon" and its shuffleboard court is still a popular place to hang out on the weekends. – Ginger Warder

Dockside Dave’s is one of many local seafood restaurants on the beach strip. – Ginger Warder

At John’s Pass, there are several “boat-up” bars and restaurants like Gators. – Ginger Warder

St. Petersburg’s Beach Drive is lined with museums, shops and restaurants. – Ginger Warder

The Museum of Fine Arts are located on Beach Drive in St. Petersburg. – Ginger Warder

Both Tampa and St. Petersburg have historic neighborhoods filled with Arts & Crafts bungalows.  – Ginger Warder

Tampa’s Hyde Park neighborhood – Ginger Warder

The Mahaffey Theater, located on Beach Drive in downtown St. Petersburg, is one of many performing arts centers in the Tampa Bay area. – Ginger Warder

John’s Pass at Madeira Beach offers boat and JetSki rentals, as well dolphin-watching and sunset sailing cruises. – Ginger Warder

The Salvador Dali Museum in downtown St. Petersburg. – Ginger Warder

The Loews Don CeSar Hotel offers memberships to local residents who love to enjoy the beachside pool, spa and other recreational facilities at the hotel. – Ginger Warder

Shuffleboard courts at St. Petersburg’s Coliseum. – Ginger Warder

Suncoast Trolleys run up and down the beach strip in St. Petersburg. – Ginger Warder

Pelicans and the St. Petersburg skyline – Ginger Warder

Treasure Island Beach is lined with colorful hotels, condominiums and time shares. – Ginger Warder

Both St. Pete Beach and Clearwater Beach feature colorful trolleys. – Ginger Warder

The PSTA’s downtown trolleys run up and down Central Avenue and to Beach Drive in St. Petersburg. – Ginger Warder

The Twistee “Cone” n St. Petersburg. – Ginger Warder

Located directly across the street from Tropicana Field, home of the MLB’s Tampa Bay Rays, Ferg’s is the ultimate sports bar and packs them in during home games. – Ginger Warder

St. Petersburg’s Coliseum was featured in the movie 
Dockside Dave’s is one of many local seafood restaurants on the beach strip.
At John’s Pass, there are several “boat-up” bars and restaurants like Gators.
St. Petersburg’s Beach Drive is lined with museums, shops and restaurants.
The Museum of Fine Arts are located on Beach Drive in St. Petersburg.
Both Tampa and St. Petersburg have historic neighborhoods filled with Arts & Crafts bungalows. 
Tampa’s Hyde Park neighborhood
The Mahaffey Theater, located on Beach Drive in downtown St. Petersburg, is one of many performing arts centers in the Tampa Bay area.
John’s Pass at Madeira Beach offers boat and JetSki rentals, as well dolphin-watching and sunset sailing cruises.
The Salvador Dali Museum in downtown St. Petersburg.
The Loews Don CeSar Hotel offers memberships to local residents who love to enjoy the beachside pool, spa and other recreational facilities at the hotel.
Shuffleboard courts at St. Petersburg’s Coliseum.
Suncoast Trolleys run up and down the beach strip in St. Petersburg.
Pelicans and the St. Petersburg skyline
Treasure Island Beach is lined with colorful hotels, condominiums and time shares.
Both St. Pete Beach and Clearwater Beach feature colorful trolleys.
The PSTA’s downtown trolleys run up and down Central Avenue and to Beach Drive in St. Petersburg.
The Twistee “Cone” n St. Petersburg.
Located directly across the street from Tropicana Field, home of the MLB’s Tampa Bay Rays, Ferg’s is the ultimate sports bar and packs them in during home games.
St. Petersburg’s Coliseum was featured in the movie 
Dockside Dave’s is one of many local seafood restaurants on the beach strip.
At John’s Pass, there are several “boat-up” bars and restaurants like Gators.
St. Petersburg’s Beach Drive is lined with museums, shops and restaurants.
The Museum of Fine Arts are located on Beach Drive in St. Petersburg.
Both Tampa and St. Petersburg have historic neighborhoods filled with Arts & Crafts bungalows. 
Tampa’s Hyde Park neighborhood
The Mahaffey Theater, located on Beach Drive in downtown St. Petersburg, is one of many performing arts centers in the Tampa Bay area.
John’s Pass at Madeira Beach offers boat and JetSki rentals, as well dolphin-watching and sunset sailing cruises.
The Salvador Dali Museum in downtown St. Petersburg.
The Loews Don CeSar Hotel offers memberships to local residents who love to enjoy the beachside pool, spa and other recreational facilities at the hotel.
Shuffleboard courts at St. Petersburg’s Coliseum.
Suncoast Trolleys run up and down the beach strip in St. Petersburg.
Pelicans and the St. Petersburg skyline
Treasure Island Beach is lined with colorful hotels, condominiums and time shares.
Both St. Pete Beach and Clearwater Beach feature colorful trolleys.
The PSTA’s downtown trolleys run up and down Central Avenue and to Beach Drive in St. Petersburg.
The Twistee “Cone” n St. Petersburg.
Located directly across the street from Tropicana Field, home of the MLB’s Tampa Bay Rays, Ferg’s is the ultimate sports bar and packs them in during home games.

St. Petersburg’s Coliseum was featured in the movie "Cocoon" and its shuffleboard court is still a popular place to hang out on the weekends. – Ginger Warder

Dockside Dave’s is one of many local seafood restaurants on the beach strip. – Ginger Warder

At John’s Pass, there are several “boat-up” bars and restaurants like Gators. – Ginger Warder

St. Petersburg’s Beach Drive is lined with museums, shops and restaurants. – Ginger Warder

The Museum of Fine Arts are located on Beach Drive in St. Petersburg. – Ginger Warder

Both Tampa and St. Petersburg have historic neighborhoods filled with Arts & Crafts bungalows.  – Ginger Warder

Tampa’s Hyde Park neighborhood – Ginger Warder

The Mahaffey Theater, located on Beach Drive in downtown St. Petersburg, is one of many performing arts centers in the Tampa Bay area. – Ginger Warder

John’s Pass at Madeira Beach offers boat and JetSki rentals, as well dolphin-watching and sunset sailing cruises. – Ginger Warder

The Salvador Dali Museum in downtown St. Petersburg. – Ginger Warder

The Loews Don CeSar Hotel offers memberships to local residents who love to enjoy the beachside pool, spa and other recreational facilities at the hotel. – Ginger Warder

Shuffleboard courts at St. Petersburg’s Coliseum. – Ginger Warder

Suncoast Trolleys run up and down the beach strip in St. Petersburg. – Ginger Warder

Pelicans and the St. Petersburg skyline – Ginger Warder

Treasure Island Beach is lined with colorful hotels, condominiums and time shares. – Ginger Warder

Both St. Pete Beach and Clearwater Beach feature colorful trolleys. – Ginger Warder

The PSTA’s downtown trolleys run up and down Central Avenue and to Beach Drive in St. Petersburg. – Ginger Warder

The Twistee “Cone” n St. Petersburg. – Ginger Warder

Located directly across the street from Tropicana Field, home of the MLB’s Tampa Bay Rays, Ferg’s is the ultimate sports bar and packs them in during home games. – Ginger Warder

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