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streetview in Clearwater Florida

The Clearwater Memorial Causeway is a road between downtown Clearwater and Clearwater Beach in Florida. It includes a fixed-span bridge across the Intracoastal Waterway and pedestrian walkways. The Causeway was commissioned by the owner of a local dredging company, Ben T. Davis, in the late 1920s to provide a more direct link between Tampa and Clearwater. In 2005, the Causeway was designated as an official scenic highway by the state of Florida.

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Dunedin Waterfront

Dunedin Waterfront – Twilight scene at the harbor-Gulf Coast town of Dunedin, Florida. Dunedin (pronounced DONE-EE-DIN) is a small town featuring big city amenities. Any given day you will find locals and tourists alike strolling downtown enjoying a homemade ice cream cone, shopping in unique stores or sitting under a shade tree at one of the many parks watching the day go by.

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view of tree and waterfront in Downtown Tarpon Springs Florida

Photo of a live oak tree with Spanish moss and a bay with boats in a downtown park in Tarpon Springs, Florida, USA. Tarpon Springs has the highest percentage of Greek Americans of any city in the US. The region, with a series of bayous feeding into the Gulf of Mexico, was first settled by white and black farmers and fishermen around 1876.

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Sunshine Skyway Bridge with beach Tampa Bay Florida

Sunshine Skyway Bridge crossing Tampa Bay in Florida. The Bob Graham Sunshine Skyway Bridge, often referred to as the Sunshine Skyway Bridge or simply the Skyway, is a cable-stayed bridge spanning the Lower Tampa Bay connecting St. Petersburg, Florida to Terra Ceia. The current Sunshine Skyway opened in 1987 and is the second bridge of that name on the site. It was designed by the Figg & Muller Engineering Group and built by the American Bridge Company and is considered a symbol of Florida.

St. Pete beach don cesar hotel

The Don CeSar is a hotel located in St. Pete Beach, Florida, in the United States. Developed by Thomas Rowe and opened in 1928, it gained renown as the Gulf playground for America’s pampered rich at the height of the Jazz Age and it still serves as a popular retreat for the rich and famous of today. The hotel was designed by Henry H. Dupont. The Don CeSar is a member of Historic Hotels of America, the official program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.