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St Pete for 2 Toddlers??

nj
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St Pete for 2 Toddlers??

Hi

We've stayed in Siesta Key several times with our toddler and now have 2 toddlers. While Siesta Key is close to perfect and beautiful we are getting a little bored with the same thing yr after yr... Sounds like St Pete is more city but how is it for traveling with a 4 yr old and 1 yr old? Beaches calm and sand soft?

We would need a full kitchen also and looking for beachfront. Anyone know of condo or hotel options?

thank you!

Toronto
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for Nassau
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1. Re: St Pete for 2 Toddlers??

Try the Gulf Gate. You are 2 blocks from a Publix.

The sand in SPB isn't quite as soft as Siesta Key, but it should be OK for the kids.

http://www.gulfgateresort.com/

Edited: 19 January 2017, 21:51
Tampa, Florida
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2. Re: St Pete for 2 Toddlers??

FYI.

St. Petersburg is a city on Tampa Bay with a population of nearly 260,000.

St. Pete Beach is a separate city on a barrier island on the Gulf of Mexico with a permanent population of around 10,000

You posted on the St. Petersburg forum, but you probably want to know about St. Pete Beach, which is the beach destination.

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