The Bayside Inn & Marina
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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On the 4th, we drove to old town Dunedin, walked around, and visited their museum after having lunch at Sea Sea Riders Restaurant. We both had their shrimp and grits. It was similar to the dish I had in Savannah, but with a couple of differences – the grits were a little more grainy, and they drizzled a BBQ gastrique over the dish. Good eats!
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