Bird and Belle's Adventures in Marriage

Tarpon Springs, Fla.

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Just a few photos from Tarpon Springs. Bird and I stopped by this famous Greek community for dinner at Mr. Souvlaki’s where he had what my father classifies as the best gyro plate ever. After dinner we briefly prowled the sponge docks and then retired to our Bed and Breakfast – which was lacking the same charm and sophistication that the Gibson Inn provided. Next time we visit Gulf Coast Florida I hope to spend more time in Tarpon, as it really is a quaint town. In the meantime, here are a few snapshots from our few hours there…


Sponge Docks at Tarpon Springs.




This restaurant was a favorite of the Magargee's during my years in Palm Harbor. The service is fantastic and the food is second-to-none.



Bird and his Greek beer.

The gyro plate defeated Bird - he could not eat all the meat.

Belle at the Sponge Docks.




One thought on “Tarpon Springs, Fla.

  1. Good pics kid! You and Jay look pretty relaxed and yes, I can smell the gyros! Also, when you are on the other coast, Jay might like to take the bus tour at the Space Center. I know he and his dad visited the one in Huntsville, but in Florida you can see the actual crawler that moves the space shuttle to the launch pad.

    One more thing, you want to go to the port to see the manatees at the locks, not the cape. If you want to pick shells there is a beach down the coast a ways that is always just full of them.

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