Added Nov 11, 2009 by jaw_2000_usIf you're looking for breathtaking views of Florida then Big Red Balloon Sightseeing Adventures is for you. Taking off daily at sunrise you'll be able to get a bird's eye view of alligators lazing in the sun, deer scampering in the early morning, or any one of the amazing sights that make Florida beautiful. Champagne and breakfast are a complementary part of the trip. If you're looking for a romantic ride, be sure to book the Sweetheart Flight which guarantees a private ride with your loved one. Check the website for details and pricing. Reservations are recommended.
8710 West Hillsborough Avenue, Suite 189, Tampa, FL 33615, United States
+1 813 969 1518
Added Nov 11, 2009 by jaw_2000_usAspirations Winery imports over 40 varieties of luscious grapes from all parts of the world. With this extensive selection to choose from, it ensures the wine you create will not only be unique but also pleasing. Discover your hidden talents by sampling the varieties, and then creating your own specialty wine by adding different fruits and herbs. You'll also create your own signature label making the wine truly your own. Order multiple bottles of your creation and give as gifts for holidays, birthdays, weddings, and corporate functions or share the experience and give a personalized gift certificate.
5116 East Fowler Avenue, Tampa, FL 33617, United States
+1 813 988 2010
Added Nov 11, 2009 by jaw_2000_usStarting two hours before sunset, Pier 60 is the place to be to celebrate the end of a perfect Florida day. The Pier comes alive with the daily celebration, featuring a variety of performers and entertainment including artists, crafters, magicians, dancers, jugglers, musicians and street performers. You never know what you might see at this free festival that is celebrated every day and into the night, weather permitting. Enjoy beautiful sunsets on the Gulf of Mexico as you stroll along the Pier enjoying the view, the sea-salt air and all the fun entertainment.
10 Pier 60 Drive, Clearwater, FL 33767, United States
+1 727 434 6060
Added Nov 11, 2009 by jaw_2000_usFort DeSoto Park is comprised of over 1,100 acres and five interconnecting islands. The park was used as a military post until 1910 and you will see the original gunnery, plus the reconstructed buildings of the era, including historical photographs and memorabilia when touring the fort. Enjoy miles of while sandy beach, two fishing piers, a swim center, hiking trails, canoeing, picnic areas and camping facilities. There are restaurants, snack bars and public restrooms for your convenience. The park, fort and picnic areas are open daily and close at dark and the camping area is open daily until 9p. There is also a large launching facility for boats that is open 24-hours a day, every day.
3500 Pinellas Bayway South, Tierra Verde, FL 33715, United States
+1 727 582 2267
Added Nov 11, 2009 by jaw_2000_usTouted as Pinellas County's first and only award-winning winery, this Florida merchant hosts tastings and scheduled tours in its retail store. You need to call in the morning or the day prior to your visit to arrange a tasting but the facilities are open every day for you to shop and browse. Advertising that "there is not a grape in the bunch," the shop offers wines made from such unusual sources as tomatoes, orange-coffee, grapefruit, and Key limes. You'll also find a host of fruit, jams, jellies, and juices. he winery is closed on all major holidays.
1500 Pasadena Avenue South, St. Petersburg, FL 33707, United States
+1 727 347 4025
Added Nov 11, 2009 by jaw_2000_usDolphins frolic in these waters, and you can get a look at them on one of three cruises. As you sail the waters of the Gulf, you see dolphins at play and perhaps spot some other sea creatures as well. Cruises are called Dolphin Encounter, Caladesi Island Adventure and Tarpon Springs Excursion and are focused accordingly on dolphin spotting, a visit to the seductive sands and environmental treasures of Caladesi Island and the sponge-fisherman's village of Tarpon Springs. Call for prices and hours of operation, which vary seasonally.
25 Causeway Boulevard, Clearwater Beach, FL 33767, United States
+1 727 442 7433
Added Nov 11, 2009 by jaw_2000_usEven though Tampa Bay has its own team, the New York Yankees still know how to draw a crowd. Every spring, the Yankees come to town to train at Legends Field, which is almost the same size as Yankee Stadium in New York. Concession stands are spread along the complex, and you may want to choose seats based on shade rather than proximity to home team.
3802 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33607, United States
+1 813 875 7753
Added Nov 11, 2009 by jaw_2000_usYuengling likes to say its famed Pottsville, Pennsylvania brewery is the oldest in America, but it's comparatively new to Tampa. Yuengling arrived here not long ago as an intriguing attraction where you can tour a brewery in action. At the end of the tour comes the best part: a little sampling of the product so laboriously created. For that sampling event, there's a Yuengling Biergarten and a gift shop devoted to things that go hop. Tours are free.
11111 North 30th Street, Tampa, FL 33612, United States
+1 813 972 8529
Added Nov 11, 2009 by jaw_2000_us
Tampa is situated on the north shore of Tampa Bay in West Central Florida. It was founded as a Native-American fishing village; the Spanish came during the mid-1500s looking for the fountain of youth and gold. Today Tampa is a thriving city, with one of the most diverse and integrated populations, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The city also is a popular tourist destination, given its year-round good weather.
Home to Busch Gardens, the Florida Aquarium and Lowry Park Zoo, Tampa has long been a family-travel favorite. For history buffs, there’s Ybor City, Tampa’s Latin Quarter, which is a designated National Historic Landmark District. The area was once a center for cigar manufacturing prior to the embargo on Cuban tobacco. It now boasts art galleries, shops and restaurants, including Columbia Restaurant, the oldest in Florida and one of the world’s largest Spanish restaurants.
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