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Cool Sightseeing tips

Cool Sightseeing tips

There are many great attractions, many of them historically significant, as well as the usual Florida tourist traps. The logical place to start is the Old Town area in downtown St. Augustine. The Plaza de la Constitutione, also known as the Old Slave...
Hampton Inn & Suites – Vilano Beach

Hampton Inn & Suites – Vilano Beach

With 94 unique, luxurious guestrooms and suites, the Hampton Inn & Suites is a St. Augustine Beach resort with outstanding accommodations in the scenic Vilano Beach area. Only 15 minutes from Interstate 95, the St. Augustine Beach hotel is nestled...
Southern Wind Inn

Southern Wind Inn

You won’t find a more cordial host and hostess than Scott and Donna Forbes who say, “Come and stay with us!  Experience our beautiful turn-of-the-century inn where we’ll serve you a full and hearty breakfast every morning in either...
Pedro Menéndez de Avilés

Pedro Menéndez de Avilés

Pedro Menéndez de Avilés (February 15, 1519 – September 17, 1574) was a Spanish admiral and explorer, best remembered for his founding of St. Augustine, Florida on August 28, 1565. This was the first successful Spanish attempt to establish a foothold...
Old Drug Store

Old Drug Store

The Authentic Old Drugstore takes you back to the early days when St. Augustine was but a Spanish hamlet. It was built by Antonio Gomaas in 1739. He built it as a place of revelry, within the the jurisdiction of the city, for protection, but away from...

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