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      What:  This small neighborhood is the heart of historic St. Pete Beach. What’s cool is that the ‘shell’ of the old downtown with storefronts and roofed-over sidewalks — from the days before air-conditioning — are still there. The Corey Avenue Fresh Market: October, 2013 – May 2014   When:  Corey Avenue stores, galleries,


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What: The Eighth Avenue Shopping District. It may be short, but it’s jammed with shopping packed into a charming, historic setting. The quirkiest shop is reputed to be Bamboozle (see below!) When:  Daily Where:  8th Avenue, which ends at Gulf Way at the west end, and Pass-A-Grille Way on the east.              

      What:   Main Street in Dunedin boasts a number of unique shops, art galleries and restaurants and exhibits the city’s distinctive Scottish ambiance. A marina and several hotels and bed & breakfasts are also within easy walking distance of downtown Check dates, as the city hosts numerous arts and crafts festivals, parades, concerts,

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