My Favorite Places On and Off Campus
Tour GuideHolly Myers
Here are some of my favorite places on and off campus!
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So I'm gonna be talking to you about my favorite on and off campus places. Um, being in the heart of downtown, there's definitely always a lot going on. So a couple of my favorite places on campus, the first one is the meditation garden. So our sex chapel really beautiful, really open, really room. He looks really nice inside, just like, really aesthetically pleasing. We are non denominational, so we don't affiliate with any religion. It's kind of it's weird because even though there's a lot of traffic that goes through, like right by the meditation garden, not a lot of people know about it. Um, it's just a really it's a really beautiful, quiet place to hang out, lit up really nicely. Just kind of feels like you're, like, enveloped in nature, which is really nice. So I do like to go there, studies sometimes if I just need to be alone with my thoughts and just kind of need a minute to hang out there. Ours is kind of like stored, like underneath Plant Hall s O. I remember my first day of school and, like, Well, that's kind of sketchy like, What is that like? That's where the weird. So it's really cool place there are like places to sit. So obviously you could, like, sit and dying there if you want, or I go there to study. Sometimes they're like little cubbies, kind of in the walls that you can use to study, which is really nice. So now off campus, I want to talk about some of my favorite places in the first one is Oxford Exchange, which it's like this really bujji really nice restaurant. There's just a miscellaneous little like gift shop with, like, candles and like books about like different kinds of ruse, say and designers and stuff like that. So it's a really nice place that's like where all the girls that's like, where they dress up to go out to brunch should get their memo says. I, like, treat myself or if, like my family's coming to visit like I always want to go there. It's probably my most favorite place here in Tampa. It's so good and it's not super expensive. The other place I want to talk to you about was Thie. It like, obviously, it's a little sidewalk that goes along the river in downtown Tampa. They're some really nice restaurants that are on the river walk. It's lit up at night with a bunch of different colors. There's a coliseum there that people go to hang out at, um, and it's like right in the middle of downtown. It's like right off the river and then behind it is like the business district, and that's where a lot of restaurants are and stuff. So there was a lot of traffic that goes on there over on the river walk in the Hickson Park. I don't know how often I know it's on Sundays that they do have, like yoga. Um, in the park and there are, like a whole bunch, like really big steps. You put yoga mat Donny, do yoga on It's really fun. They're like a couple hundred people and show up for it I've seen before. There's always events going on there, and they're usually free and like, it's like a two minute walk from campus. Um, that's usually where we're spending a lot of our time because, you know, we can't spend a whole bunch of money all the time. It's it's nice just to get off campus and to do something new and like keep things fresh, especially because you can get caught in such abrupt with studying. So it's nice that there's always something going on for us to be able to take a break from and go to. Yeah, so those were some of your favorite on and off campus places to go and hang out.