Hampton Inn St. Petersburg

Address: 1200 34th St North, Saint Petersburg, Florida, 33713, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the St. Petersburg area of Saint Petersburg, is near Tropicana Field, Sunken Gardens, Florida Holocaust Museum, and Great Explorations, The Children's Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint Petersburg

    Busy stressful days

    A travel blog entry by r10vill9 on Mar 26, 2015

    4 comments, 12 photos

    ... a few clouds in 25 days of sunny skies and lofty temps. Hopefully as we wend our separate ways North this weekend, the last of the snow will have vanished up north and we can break out the gardening tools and the Miata for the joys of spring in Niagara.
    When I'm old and infirm and not able to do this any more, somebody please remind me that I had a fabulous time, the best possible winter in 2015, while I was still able for it!
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    Happy Birthday to our Diane

    A travel blog entry by quaronis on Mar 22, 2015

    3 photos

    Decided to walk the causeway to Clearwater beach for our exercise of the day. We tend to walk the beach out there a few times a week so thought it might be fun...Tour boats and recreational boats are just heading out ...At noon when we head back to Dunedin the entire mile and a half of the causeway is backed up with people driving over to the beach...and trying to find parking...Sunday ...

    Tampa Bay and St. Paddys

    A travel blog entry by quaronis on Mar 19, 2015

    10 photos

    ... and uprisings the government moved them on to the great prairies leaving some to hide out in the Everglades. It was in the 1950 s that they were finally recognized as the lost Seminole tribe.
    Once the town became more civilized it became an important seaport, which aided in the dispersment of the tobacco and cigar trade. Then with the railroad connection the remaining US enjoyed the bounties of ...

    Dams Dubs Jams and Joys

    A travel blog entry by jzafricajourney on Dec 16, 2013

    2 comments

    ... realized it couldnt be the wrong one. We stood outside the apartment for about five minutes trying to open the door. Eventually Ahamd opened the door, and he looked angry and scary. He stared at us and said Why are you late? His tone was that of a father's tone when he catches his daughter at past curfew. He just kept staring at us with his death stare. Courtney asked if we could come in and he finally moved away from the door and let us in. Once inside, Courtney looked back at ...

    Nearly out of Florida, nearly

    A travel blog entry by dan_tess on Jun 15, 2013

    2 comments, 5 photos

    Hello! I'm writing this post this morning as I was too tired after a day of travelling to write it last night as intended. I haven't even had a coffee yet, so please excuse any rambling. The day after our night in Titusville we headed over to the Kennedy Space Centre for a day at the visitor centre. The visitor centre is located on Merritt Island in the middle of a large nature reserve in between the mainland and Cape Canaveral. To a science geek like me the ...