Residence Inn St. Petersburg Clearwater
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... 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.
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... noon hour hoping they would turn it on early. By 12:45, I decided to go ask the workers down the street – they said the water wouldn’t be turned on for another hour. So, I had to what I had to do. I gave myself a cat bath with my water bottle, threw on some lotion and deodorant and headed to the airport, by bus and taxi, making it there by 1:45 with time to spare and get a bite to eat at the airport before my flight. I had the ...