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Old Sep 5th, 2008, 07:37 AM
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The exhibit at the TECO plant is open year-round, but please note that the manatees congregate there when the bay waters get cooler--they then prefer the warmer water of the catchment area around the plant. So you may not see any there until much later in the year...
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Old Sep 21st, 2008, 02:01 PM
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For the freshest fish and seafood, Oystercatchers behind the Grand Hyatt can't be beat. The sunsets are a bonus.

Stroll Bayshore Boulevard; check out the historic homes in Old Hyde Park; take in Busch Gardens or the Florida Aquarium.

South Tampa offers lots of restaurant options; Ceviche, Pane Rustica, Bern's, Restaurant BT.

The Dali Museum in St Pete is a gem.
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Columbia in Ybor (be careful in Ybor - great place to people watch, lots of fun things there just be cautious like anywhere) Ceviche, love that place. Bayshore and Hyde Park areas also. The pier in St. Pete is nice to walk around, shops,cafes etc. Have fun!
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