Fairfield Inn St. Petersburg Clearwater
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Mike got some skate t-shirts and Bex got some nice tops and jeans. She had a big smile and lots of bags so I assume things went well. Quick lunch then onto the road again. We headed up north towards Tampa heading for Clearwater. Had a few hold ups due to a burnt out van and rush hour downtown, but I'm loving the multiple lane highways (or are they freeways?) Homer calls them motorways. Rachael ...
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... had some trouble reading the creamer and acknowledged that his eyesight is really going. We parked on the side of the road with a big ditch, that I didn't notice, out the passenger side. I was just so excited to finally get coffee that I jump out of the cab but the ground is not where I expect it to be....and I keep falling Jp watches as I jump out and disappear and exclaims,"are you all right?!" I was fine. It was just ...
... was $10 USD. Since we arrived at the beach quite early, ************e was at the parking lot.
After parking, we walked down to the beach and then over to Pier 60. Pier 60 is quite long and you can walk along it but at the end you have to pay $1 per person. Since the money was in the car, we passed on this part.
We then proceeded to walk across the street to the wharf. When we first arrived at the wharf, a man from a ...
... much planning to be done. In reading the Cruise Boards, as always, most cruisers said that arranging private tours had many advantages over taking the ship's excursions. There were many recommendations from past cruisers. Since there were eight of us, we were an ideal size to arrange private tours. After e-mailing the others, everyone agreed to being part of "The Gang of Eight."
I won't go into all the details of ...