Vista Inn & Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... The town wanted to build a larger facility but could not get the jays franchise to contribute any money into the project threatening, even at that time to head to Phoenix! and the smaller town was stretched to its limits so could only build the present stadium seating just over 5000 seats...they are sold out most spring training seats ...but in talking to many visitors who can't get ...
... of reminded me of the area around the Phoenix arena..
Amalie arena is very nice ....holds over 19000 people and we weren't surprised to see a terrific show of red jerseys on the streets prior to game time. Also, we were treated to a performance of an Irish band just outside the doors
Gametime- the fans around us were a mix of hometown and many québécois Canadians ...all in good spirits..We sat up in the third tier ...
... the waterfront/shops. Denise brought fudge. This towns claim to fame is sponges. It is known as the sponge capital of the world and apparently provides 70% of the sponges sold around the world. We did a short boat tour and got the history of sponge diving and experienced how they are harvested.
After Tarpon springs we headed off to find one of the beaches Tampa is famous for. We wound up at St Pete Beach which is west of Tampa Bay. After struggling to find ...
DAY 365 - Where did the time go? We are in Tampa, and we will spend until this Saturday am here and then we have a week in Disney, then we will look around Orlando, to see if we may be interested in making this area home. Our reasoning, possibly working the winter season here and continuing to travel 6 months of the year. We are contemplating the Maritimes in Canada next summer with several of the friends we made on our Alaska ...
... the guys block the roads at junctions to keep the pack together made us chuckle.
First stop was the Boat House, this is a bar on the water that is barely stable, health and safety back home would condemn this place lol. Next we moved on to Dockside Davidsons for a bite to eat which is a very nice location again by the water. With live music, great friends, hot sun beating down, watching the boats in the marina life just couldn't get any better. ...