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The Epicenter of Old Florida

Whenever I suggest to Jeanette that we should buy a place in Florida for our winter vacation, she says that it would tie us down too much and she would feel obligated to have to come to the same place each year. Well, obligated or not, we have been returning to Tarpon Springs Florida each…read more

 

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Saying Goodbye to Tarpon Springs

Our time at Tarpon Springs Florida has come to an end. We won’t forget our little garden cottage in Tarpon Springs, Barbara’s wonderful breakfasts, the Greek salads, boiled shrimp, or our favorite: key lime pie at Paul’s Fish house on Athens Street. On Sunday we took a short trip to Sam’s Hudson Beach Bar in…read more

 

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OPA! In Tarpon Springs Florida

Tarpon Springs, Florida is our favorite place to visit in the winter time. Its history goes back to the days of sponge fishing on the Gulf of Mexico and the early Greek fisherman who introduced the use of the diving suit when fishing for sponges. Today, Tarpon Springs has been kept as a part of…read more

 

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Watching People and Animals in Florida

The Spring Bayou in Tarpons Springs offers a beautiful place to take walks, or to watch other people taking a walk around the bayou, or to watch the birds and fish which live in and near the bayou. You can tell when there are manatees in the bayou since there will be a crowd of…read more

 

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Greek Beer at Dimicris

Sorry, but we just couldn’t wait for spring to come in the Finger Lakes!  And the first stop that was on our agenda was to stop at Dimicris, a Greek restaurant along the Anclote River in Tarpon Springs, Florida. Our flight was an hour late out of Rochester and the van which took us over…read more

 

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Craig Park in Tarpon Springs, Fl.

Craig Park is a lovely place to rest up a bit and enjoy the Florida sunshine and the warm Gulf breezes. The park surrounds the Spring Bayou which is visited by the manatees in late winter when the Gulf is still a bit too cold for them. They come into the Spring Bayou to warm…read more

 

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