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More from St. Pete Beach, Florida

Here are a few additional photos from our trip to St. Pete Beach.  All photos taken with an iPhone 8 and edited with the photo app included with the IOS. 

St. Pete Beach is a Florida resort city set on a barrier island, west of St. Petersburg. It’s known for its beaches. A 1928 landmark, the pink Moorish-style Don CeSar Hotel looms over the shore. The Pass-A-Grille area offers galleries, shops and the Gulf Beaches Historical Museum, which displays postcards and other artifacts in a 1917 church. Nearby, boats depart to Shell Key, a nesting site for seabirds and turtles.

Lay of the Land: Nestled on Long Key, St. Pete Beach offers accommodations ranging from world-renowned resorts to mom-and-pop motels, to quaint bed and breakfasts. Upham Beach, located on the northern tip of St. Pete Beach, is one of the few spots along the Gulf of Mexico known for surfing. Playground and showers available.

Little Known Facts: St. Pete Beach was originally made up of four areas: Pass-A-Grille Beach, Don CeSar Place, Belle Vista Beach and St. Petersburg Beach. In 1957, the four communities merged into the City of St. Petersburg Beach. Later the City voted to shorten its name to St. Pete Beach.
- Visit St. Pete/Clearwater

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Photo of David Brodosi, who works at USF Nelson Poynter library. David Brodosi, brodosi, humanities curriculum, medical humanities, tampa florida, bayboro harbor, nelson, poynter, instructional technology, wilkins.
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Photo of David Brodosi, who works at USF Nelson Poynter library. David Brodosi, brodosi, humanities curriculum, medical humanities, tampa florida, bayboro harbor, nelson, poynter, instructional technology, wilkins.
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Photo of David Brodosi, who works at USF Nelson Poynter library. David Brodosi, brodosi, humanities curriculum, medical humanities, tampa florida, bayboro harbor, nelson, poynter, instructional technology, wilkins.
Photo by David Brodosi

Photo of David Brodosi, who works at USF Nelson Poynter library. David Brodosi, brodosi, humanities curriculum, medical humanities, tampa florida, bayboro harbor, nelson, poynter, instructional technology, wilkins.
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Photo of David Brodosi, who works at USF Nelson Poynter library. David Brodosi, brodosi, humanities curriculum, medical humanities, tampa florida, bayboro harbor, nelson, poynter, instructional technology, wilkins.
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