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Camping for couple of nights along the way after St. Augustine, we arrived in the charming Delray Beach. Now Delray is a small city but it has this different vibe than most of the other Florida towns that we’ve visited. It certainly has a big restaurant scene and Atlantic Avenue is just lovely to walk on. Restaurants and cafes have...
See the Sunday market at Wat Mongkolratanaram Wat Mongkolratanaram is the Thai Buddhist Temple in Tampa. We’ve been told that they had this amazing food market on Sundays. It had a great atmosphere, right by the Palm River. There were picnic tables by the river where people ate their food. You could find a great selection of Thai food from ginger chicken and rice...
Türkçe için tıklayınız We’ve spent an afternoon in St. Augustine before we camped in Matanzas Forest that night. That’s another story which I’ll come to in a little bit. St. Augustine is the oldest city in the United States. It was established by the Spanish and you can see that spirit is evident in many ways like its architecture. St. Augustine’s...
Türkçe için tıklayınız Siesta Key Beach is in Sarasota and happens to be one of the best beaches in US. Since we were super close, we wanted to check it out. Well, we’re from the Mediterranean so our standards are really high :) but considering it’s an ocean beach, it was pretty good. The sand was thin and beautiful, water was...
Türkçe için tıklayınız This park is an under-appreciated destination in Tampa. Not a lot of people know about it. It is only 2 bucks per vehicle to enter and is just beautiful. Most cities are known for their tourist attractions such as zoos, amusement parks and things like that which we never have any intention of seeing. We’re against zoos and...