Professionally, I am a flight attendant, so there will be posts of random cities across the United States, which I find ever so fun!
I flew to the blustery and quaint town of Safety Harbor, Florida, near Tampa. It touts itself for it's healing water, as this is where DeSoto "found" the Fountain of Youth. I saw a handful people still searching for that "fountain" ;)
I always ask my fellow flight crew for their recommendations and they hardly steer me wrong. Sometimes I'll ask the front desk of the hotel, but they usually recommend chains, which I do not find helpful. I lean towards dessert, books and the outdoors, so that's what I google first when I land in a new city.
A flight crew recommendation - Bassano's Cheesecake.
I had the Key Lime - it was smooth, creamy and delicious.
|This is what a lot of the surrounding houses |
looked like too - super cute!
Free little library.
|Some might say...very Floridian with it's "gold" and pillars.|
|I still need to work on my food photos.|
This "Local Only" Bowl from
sustained me for the 6.5 hour flight home.
What's the first place you check out in a new city?