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Bayboro Harbor - Downtown St. Petersburg - David Brodosi

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Bayboro Harbor, located on St. Petersburg's downtown waterfront, offers boat owners virtually every amenity under the sun. Located just two minutes from the open bay on Florida's Gulf Coast, the Harborage Marina is a boater's paradise. Protected by an 800-foot break water, this is the ideal location for residents of the Tampa Bay Area and visiting vacationers. The Bayboro Harbor Naval Base originally supported United States Coast Guard (USCG) antibootlegging operations before it was decommissioned in 1933.Incorporated in 1892 with a population of almost 300 people, today's St. Petersburg has grown into a huge metropolitan area of 2.7 million residents. Dali Museum - St Petersburg Centered around Bayboro Harbor on St Petersburg's waterfront is a bustling corner of Tampa Bay. Here you'll find the USFSP,  the Albert Whitted Airport, the Harborage Marina, a large complex of marine science and research institutes, and the Guardians of the Gulf, St. Petersburg's …

Brodosi Family Cruise

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Our cruise began with a warning to be careful, ok the virus is everywhere. The staff smiled and showed great concern for our well being. I felt safe and knew the people around me felt the same. The ships crew cleaned constantly and used good safety practices. The crew spoke to us and engaged in friendly conversation it truly put us at ease. I enjoyed the entertainment most of all the live shows were exceptional. David BrodosiWe have cruised with other lines before and this was the first Royal Caribbean Cruise for us. My wife and I were celebrating our anniversary so we decided to try Royal Caribbean for our family trip. Overall the cruise was great. It’s unfortunate that it was during the COVID-19 scare. The good news was, the ship was cleaned around the clock. We felt like the crew took it seriously. We had a great room attendant who anticipated our needs and kept the room immaculate.
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We are a family of travel enthusiasts, we are blessed with a multitude of experiences, i…

Throwback Thursday - Brodosi Family 10 years ago

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It was 10 years ago this summer that we had our pool remodeled.  The Brodosi Boys were just five and three at the time.  They look so small in the pool.  We had to drain the pool to fix a leak and repair a few rust spots.  It was a great time to retake the photo.  Cheers, David Brodosi






About "Throwback Thursday" is an Internet theme day observed on every Thursday during which people share an old photograph of themselves via social networking sites and image-sharing communities, most notably through photo-sharing mobile app Instagram.
Origin Throwback has been associated with things that are deemed classic or vintage since as early as 2003, when it was first defined on Urban Dictionary.[1] The earliest known mention of "Throwback Thursday" can be found in the title of a series of revamped retro cartoon characters that were illustrated by animator Saxton Moore and uploaded onto his blog in January 2006.
Throwback Thursdayis a popular internet trend used among social media…

David Brodosi - Brodosifamily.site

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Hello, the Brodosi family glad you’re here. This is our first site dedicated to showing you our family travels. We are not professional travelers or bloggers, we just want to share our family time. With our two teenage boys in toe, my wife and I enjoy showing our kids the world and let them explore and try new things. - David Brodosi
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Welcome to David Brodosi's websiteAbout UsHello, the Brodosi family glad you’re here. This is our first site dedicated to showing you our family travels. We are not professional travelers or bloggers, we just want to share our family time. With our two teenage boys in toe, my wife and I enjoy showing our kids the world and let them explore and try new things.We are a family of travel enthusiasts, we are blessed with a multitude of experiences, interests, and beliefs. We share the world and life with everyone. We also love our jobs - with all our passions, our challenges, our successes, and our failures. We enjoy meeting new…

Thursday Throwback- Grand Canyon - David Brodosi

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A trip to the Grand Canyon -  Once inside the park, parents of young children may want to start with theRim Trail, which is paved and passes many impressive lookout points. Note that there's no water on the trail, but you can fill up your bottles ahead of time in theGrand Canyon Village. The Rim Trail can also be traversed by bike and there are shuttle bus stops along the way to give hikers lots of flexibility — if kids are melting down, you can hop a bus back to the parking area. David Brodosi


1-2 days tends to be sufficient for most families to experience the Grand Canyon. If you're more of a hiker, then 2-3, but again that's tops. I'm in the travel industry and I'll put it this way: 85% of people who book 3 days or more at the canyon end up cancelling after 2 'cause they discover that there's only so much of the Grand Canyon that us "ordinary mortals" can see and do. You definitely can and should try to add some other destinations to your itine…