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    Another piece on Florida from TravelMole.

    Summertime in St. Pete/Clearwater

    With summer on the horizon, St. Pete/Clearwater is calling, with unique public art displays and historic districts to discover.

    Check out some of the top picks:

    Grand Central/Arts District – experience the art of local cuisine, unique boutiques, live music, fresh brewed coffee, craft beer, art galleries, and much more. You’ll find fantastic artwork and street murals all along the district. Grand Central District hosts varied events, including St. Pete Pride’s famous parade.

    Pass-a-Grille/Historic District – Take in the sunsets and discover the history of this Old Florida fishing community. There are no high rise hotels, just a wide open beach framed by historic cottages and quaint streets. Pass-A-Grille features restaurants, small inns and eclectic shops.

    The Edge District – offers a vibrant and exceptional collection of art, independent businesses, mural art and plenty of shopping. The seven-block district in St. Petersburg is easily walkable and features restaurants, a microbrewery and a multitude of bars.

    2022 is a year of milestone anniversaries

    This year marks Clearwater Marine Aquarium’s 50th Anniversary! CMA has helped to make a difference in local marine ecosystems and research efforts all over the world. CMA will offer special programs throughout 2022 to celebrate its milestone.

    The St. Pete Pride month-long festival in June is back! This is Florida’s largest pride celebration – join for the 20th Anniversary with celebrations bigger than ever. Check the official St. Pete Pride website for an itinerary of the events.
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    The one drawback with the Florida coast (any part of it, really) once summer kicks in - which is pretty much now to the end of October! - is that it can often get TOO hot to be out on the beach or the water. Add in the regular thunderstorms, and danger of lightning, and you need to pay close attention to the weather before venturing out.

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