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Best things to do in San Petersburgo

Museo de arte
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“Essentially there are 5 museums in the world dedicated to the artwork of Salvador Dali. We are fortunate enough to have one less than 45 minutes away! Sincerely a must see.”
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Barrio
“Downtown has any number of things to do including museums and galleries, shopping, restaurants, attractions, trolley rides and many, many seasonal events.”
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Bar de playa
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“One of my favorite beach locations.... good food, offers spirits, you can rent chairs by a tipping basis... lounge chair with table, or as many as you need... typically there is live music. Just watch out for the birds if you are eating on the beach, they will dive bomb you and steal your food!! Whichever beach you go to.... DON'T FEED THE BIRDS!! You will regret it! Parking is $5.00 the last I was there with no time limit. ”
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Baseball Stadium
“Go watch the Tampa Bay Rays play baseball at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida. It isn't the nicest MLB stadium, but tickets are always inexpensive!”
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Galería de arte
“Dale Chihuly is a famous glass artist with public art installations around the world. Experience Chihuly’s Permanent Glass Exhibition in St. Petersburg!”
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Museo de arte
“I just love the glass room in the museum. It is dark and lit with spot lights so that the pieces sparke and mesmerize. The museum does have some impressionist paintings and hosts a variety of traveling exhibits during the year.”
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Bazar
“Favorite low-key beach spot that has easy access to bathrooms. Usually easy metered street parking in front of the many beach entrances. You can pay at the machine with your credit card or app. The beach isn't very wide from street to water but it's way more laid back and quiet than the big touristy beaches.”
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Lounge
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“The best rooftop bar in downtown St. Petersburg overlooking Tampa Bay and the historic Vinoy Hotel.”
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Jardín
“The Sunken Gardens are 4 acres of well-established botanical gardens, located in the Historic Old Northeast neighborhood of St. Petersburg.”
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Restaurante mexicano
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“Great food, great atmosphere, and very popular! There will be a wait here, so go when you aren't already starving. :) Great food and margaritas! Within walking distance from our unit.”
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Bar
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“A great pub located right on the boca ciega bay in Gulfport. Great food, great music, and great prices. ”
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Centro comercial
“Open air shopping district with clothiers, restaurants, movie theatre, and local organic grocer.”
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Comida
“Best brewery for fun for everyone. Great atmosphere. Great brews. Great staff. Food trucks and more! My favorite thing about here is the ton of games to play (all free)! They have every from ping pong& foosball to board games like battleship or candy land. There is truly something for everyone here. Family friendly and welcoming. Food trucks & events galore. Also a great place for Live music! ”
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Restaurante mexicano
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“Locally owned. Delicious Mexican food. They have a few locations. The Downtown location has a rooftop bar.”
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Parque
“ (There is nothing about Tennis at this park but for some reason that's in the title and it won't let me remove?) Ride bikes from Flamingo Shack to this lovely bayside park near the Historic Vinoy Hotel. Bike, skate, run or walk the path through the palms and oak trees along Tampa Bay. Set up a hammock and relax. Watch the dolphins feed before sunset. Walk to the sandy beach and play volleyball.”
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Otros lugares al aire libre
“The Weedon Island Preserve is an expansive natural reserve and coastal system spanning more than 3,000 acres along Tampa Bay in Pinellas County. Home to a range of aquatic and upland ecosystems that feature a vast diversity of native plants and animal species, the Weedon Island Preserve was established to protect the region’s natural and cultural resources, as well as educate the public about them. The preserve offers a range of recreational and outdoor activities to enjoy, including hiking, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, and bird watching. The Weedon Island Preserve Cultural and Natural History Center offers visitors an in-depth look at the natural, cultural, and archeological history of the preserve through excellent exhibits by local artists and photographers. The Weedon Island Preserve is open seven days a week, from dawn to dusk.”
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