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St. Pete Beach, St. Petersburg, Florida

Spent the 4th of July with my awesome family at St. Pete Beach. The crowds we small and was such a great stay-cation.

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. - St. Pete Travel Guide

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Photo by David Brodosi

Photo of David Brodosi, brodosi, brodosi boys, david, david brodosi, family, friends, love, son, sons,
Photo by David Brodosi

Photo of David Brodosi, brodosi, brodosi boys, david, david brodosi, family, friends, love, son, sons,
Photo by David Brodosi

Photo of David Brodosi, brodosi, brodosi boys, david, david brodosi, family, friends, love, son, sons,
Photo by David Brodosi

Photo of David Brodosi, brodosi, brodosi boys, david, david brodosi, family, friends, love, son, sons, 
Photo by David Brodosi

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