Madeira Beach, Florida
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Blog Post - April 17, 2019
We arrived at Madeira Beach. We first stopped at Archibald Beach Park. We decided to take in the views before getting something to eat.
They had beach volleyball set up in the soft sand.
As you get closer to the water, the sand is more firm as you can see how high the water comes up at high tide.
Madeira Beach has these Wave Breaker walls along the beach.
Archibald Beach Park has a place to eat called the Snack Shack, so we placed our orders at the walk up counter and found a covered hut to eat under.
We orders some amazing fish tacos and some delicious battered shrimp.
After eating, we walked back out to the beach. You can see the eating area from the beach.
That night we headed over to John's Pass at Madeira Beach which has a lot of restaurants and shopping.
We even found some Sponge Bob graffiti!
I'm not sure what inspired this gorilla art, but it caught my attention!
Overall, we had a great time at Madeira Beach, Florida. We can't wait to go back.
We at at the Snack Shack, which I thought was super expensive for a place with the word Shack in it. We also at at Pirate's Pub-N-Grub and paid for metered parking because all the free parking was taken.
Total Cost: $123.61
Here are the receipts for each:
My Snack Shack Receipt for a family of 6 = $74.54
Pirate's Pub-N-Grub for a family of 6 = $43.82
Madeira Beach Metered Parking for 1 car = $5.25
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