Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Yesterday we took a road trip to St. Petersburg on the Gulf Coast of Florida. It is about a two-hour drive from Orlando but well worth your time. Upon arriving in St. Petersburg we proceeded to the area known as the Pier this is a large complex three-story high overlooking the bay. On the first floor are various small shops catering to the tourist such as a hat shop candle shop and souvenir stands. On the second floor is a casual dining restaurant selling sandwiches and burgers beer and soft drinks. The third floor is more of a formal restaurant linen tablecloths, silverware,waiters. The name of the restaurant is Columbia and is one of the oldest restaurant in Florida it has a Spanish theme from Spain. The food was excellent I really enjoyed my lunch and the atmosphere if you are in the St. Pete area I would highly recommend you stop by the Pier and dine at the Columbia restaurant and enjoy some of their great food and service you won't be sorry that you did.
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