This is a small park in Clearwater, Florida.
Photos are of the fountain and the entrance sign. Located on Cleveland Street, near the Sun Trust building and Bank of America.
Address: Cleveland Ave, Clearwater, Florida
This is the causeway that connects Downtown Clearwater to the Clearwater Beaches. A newly constructed causeway.
The Clearwater Memorial Causeway
Address: Clearwater Memorial Causeway, Clearwater, Florida
This is the famous Pier 60 in Clearwater, Florida. This is one of the many Florida areas that are popular for Spring Break. These photos were taken March 8, 2009, a few weeks BEFORE the actual start of Spring Break.
This is the view of Clearwater Beach from Pier 60
The first part of the pier is free to access,
about 1/2 way across the pier is a .50 charge per person to access.
This is a popular beach in Florida. Located on the Gulf Coast, Clearwater Beach features many restaurants with a beach view, soft white sand, and the famous Pier 60.
Check out our Spring Break in Florida – Photo Gallery
Clearwater Beach, Florida
This restaurant features southwestern style Mexican foods such as burritos and chips and salsa. Eat your meal while being surrounded by Arizona style scenery.Tuscon’s Southwest Grill
13563 Icot Boulevard
Clearwater, FL 33760
Photos coming soon.
Interesting alternative to Burger King and McDonalds. Sells the usual burger fast foods – hanbugers (whataburger) plainish hamburgers (justaburger) and french fries, chicken tenders. Has a decent breakfast menu.This one is located on Ulmerton Road in Clearwarter Florida.UPDATED: Closed May 2008
Serves JUMBO size pizza – only size offered. Semi-ordinary pizza, nowhere near as good as Westshore pizza!
Great place to go at night and unwind with a coffee (or Chai Tea frappuccino), a strawberry frappuccino and a nice game of Scrabble. Across from the Raymond James building on Ulmerton Road. Not too busy at night, so you can find a nice seat.
Starbucks on Ulmerton Rd.
Across from the Raymond James Building
2577 Ulmerton Rd, Clearwater, FL
Your usual American food consisting of burgers, fries, soda. Has a Corvette stuck on the wall, as well as other automotive things hanging from the ceiling. Its like eating inside a car garage except you don’t hear the thing that takes the bolts off the wheels, or a mechanic saying “your transmission is SHOT” or “to fix THAT it is gonna set you back a couple a hundred“. (said in a bad NY accent)
Even though it is Florida, you can still ice skate and pretend it is a real lake. This rink has recently changed management and has made the inside look like you are in snow. The murals have hidden animals and things throughout and there are foam icicles hanging from ceiling, really neat looking. Current 2007 price is $6.50 admission with $2.50 skate rental available.
2007 Hours –
Mon thru Fri afternoons: 12pm-2pm, Saturday afternoon: 12:15pm-2:15pm, Sunday afternoon: 1:30pm-3:30pm
Formerly called the SunBlades Skating Rink. Brrr! It is like 38 degrees inside!
13940 Icot Blvd