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St. Petersburg, Florida
Affectionately known as St. Pete, this Florida city is located on a pennisula between Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. With great beaches, amazing climate and attractive lifestyle, it is a haven for people of all ages.Founded as a shipping, railroad and fishing center, its economy is now more varied buttourism remains the primary industry. Since there is no income tax in the state of Florida, it is always a popular area to live and work.
A Real Beachtown
When looking for your St. Petersburg apartment, bear in mind that there are over 100 neighborhoods to choose from. The downtown area is walkable and it would be possible to live without a car unless you commute to Tampa.
The area near the Gandy and Howard Franklin Bridge is high intensity condos and apartments and convenient to everything. Also bear in mind that there is water on three sides of this city so anywhere isn't that far from beaches.
Walk in Sunken Gardens
Of course, the beaches of St. Petersburg are the big draw for this city but there's plenty to do off the water as well. See the Salvador Dali Museum or have a walk through the Sunken Gardens which is undergoing restoration. The Pier offers good walking with stops for excellent shopping and restaurants, and Baywalk will offer similar options.
The city hosts several annual festivals which, once settled in your St. Petersburg apartment, you will want to check out. Circus McGurkis and the Artwalk are both biggies.
Smoke Your Own
The best restaurants offer waterviews and you'll find inexpensive as well as splurge sorts of places. Captain Al's and Columbia are both in the same building and have great seafood and seats by the windows. El Cap is a local sports bar whose burgers get great reviews or go fishing and take your catch to Ted Peters' where they'll smoke it and serve it to you.
Dancing on Water
At night, you'll want to venture out of your St. Petersburg apartment and check out some of the great little bars near the beach.These are mostly on the west side of the pennisula. The Independent is definitely a local favorite. Moon Under Water is a restaurant that converts to more of a nightclub atmosphere later in the evenings.
Dance at Cactus Charlie's or The Push Ultra Lounge where you can go up on the roof and watch the water during breaks.
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Does SaintPetersburg have any famous museums or exhibitions?
Saint Petersburg is home to an impressive assortment of first-rate museums. The Museum of Fine Arts is an extensive 33,000 square foot facility, complete with a cafe, library, and art shop. Great Explorations in the city's interactive children's museum, showcasing giant pretend stores, as well as science, music, and art exhibits. The Saint Petersburg Museum of History is the oldest museum in the city, focusing on the history and heritage of Florida with an emphasis on Saint Pete. The Salvador Dali Museum is located downtown within the boundaries of the USF Saint Petersburg campus and boasts the largest collection of Dali's in the known world.
How is the school system in Saint Petersburg?
The public school system in Saint Petersburg consists of 31 elementary schools, 9 middle schools, and 8 high schools. Some of the most distinguished schools in the vicinity include Lakeview Fundamental Elementary School, Bay Vista Fundamental Elementary, Southside Fundamental and Saint Petersburg High School. These schools are renowned for their high test scores, principal leadership, extra curricular programs, teacher quality, parent involvement, school safety, and discipline. A large number of private schools are also located within the city limits.
What's the weather like in Saint Petersburg?
St. Petersburg's climate is considered humid subtropical, and features hot, muggy summers and mild winters. July, the hottest month, has an average high of 92 degrees Fahrenheit. January, the coldest month, has an average low of 54 degrees Fahrenheit. Rainy season occurs between the months of June and September. Like the rest of the Tampa Bay Area, St. Petersburg is occasionally affected by tropical storms and hurricanes.
How much are utilities in Saint Petersburg?
Utilities in Saint Petersburg are going to be much higher in the summer, when it's necessary to use the cooling system, than in the winter. In addition, they will vary depending on the size and type of house you have, as well as how many members are in your family. On average, however, the combined gas and electric bill should run about $300 a month for residents of Saint Petersburg. Trash pickup will also cost you another $30 or $40 every three months on top of that.