We began our day with visiting St. Petersburg Saturday Morning Market. It was a great open air farmers market with local fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, plants. There are also a variety of local vendors preparing breakfast and lunch as well as other vendors providing small batch goods and services.

After we made a quick city tour of St. Petersburg, we went to the Fort De Soto Park and Beach. It was more than a park and more than a beach. There were lots of attractions there such as beach, fishing pier, wild life, walking and biking trails, and fork. We could not swim in the ocean because it was too cold today. However, we had a chance to visit the fork and other facilities.

Our last stop was the beautiful Clearwater beach that had soft tiny white sands. We watched the sunset on the Gulf of Mexico. We also pet the seagulls at the Clearwater Beach. The greedy seagulls stole our foods while we were eating. 

1. Activities

2. Accommodation

Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, St. Petersburg – Clearwater, FL (Our score is 2/10) (Wifi problem, poor breakfast)
8050 US Hwy 19N Pinellas Park, FL 33781

3. Daily Expenditures

$ 5.00 – Enterance fee of Fort De Soto Park (Beach)   

$ 1.75 – Road fees   

$ 5.50 – Parking fees (All day at several different points) 

$ 27.68 – Gasoline 

$ 43.48 – Food and beverages 

$ 96.52 – Hotel (Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, St. Petersburg – Clearwater)


$ 179.93

4. The Route