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We've finally made it coast to coast on our trip, as we've now arrived in the northeast Florida town of St. Augustine, also known as America's Oldest City because it was settled by the Spanish in the 16th century, twenty years before Jamestown. We spent our first day here exploring the old historic part of town and its most imposing feature, the …
... the Spanish, British and United States. Confederate troops took control of the fort during the civil war. Our day ended with a visit to Nombre de Dios (mission) which was the site of the first settlement in 1565.
Today we took a tour of Flagler College. It is an unbelievable building. Originally the Ponce de Leon Hotel, built by Henry Flagler (Standard Oil), in 1888. It was the first hotel to charge $100 per night. ...
... the "lot". Got the repairs finished, motorhome washed, vacuumed and somewhat detailed. Called the city for an extension beyond the 72 hour deadline. Got it and several repairs accomplished.
Motored up to St. Augustine to the Ford dealership to have the "rear seals" checked. Upon inspection, seals were okay disputing the report from Forest City Ford in Iowa. HMMM............... Still have some minor items to be ...
... in this old city. We got to see the oldest school house. After walking around we went to eat some ice cream. We left St. Augustine and headed to Georgia. We then arrived at Savannah, Georgia. We went to the pool and everyone stared at my sister because she was so loud. Then we went to Savannah's River front where I had some good seafood chowder .Then we went back to the hotel. ...
... of the road.
The parade soon came to an end and we peddled off home for a break and a little shopping adventure to stock up on hamburgers, ribs and of course fireworks!
Later in the afternoon, we went over to Adam and Amy Myers' house for a BBQ dinner and to let off some small crackers. With intermittent rain pouring down on us, the boys and Hayley managed to let all the crackers off. We thought our stash of crackers ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Our House of St. Augustine Saint Augustine
Great, Wow!, ... No, better than that, Fabulous!
David was an excellent host. The conversation was stimulating, the gourmet breakfasts were perfect, even the afternoon appetiser and wine were par excellence! The mattresses were terrific, wish I could bring the bed home with me, the Jacuzzi was perfectly romantic and soothing after the busy days of following David's recommendations. I have been to a lot of B& Bs, this was the best!
Best bed and breakfast in st augustine
I would recomend "Our House" to anyone visiting the St. Augustine area. Dave has created a warm and wonderful enviroment. His chef and piano skills are tops and he has created a great B&B without all the victorian overload (we thank you for that). The bed (i am sad to say) is more comfortable than my one at home and the rooms are beautifully decorated... so much attention to detail. This is a six star B&B on a scale where five stars would have been tops.
A Perfect Getaway from it all
Our House was exactly what we were looking for in a B&B. Tastefully decorated with a luxurious tub to soak in, I highly recommend Greehaven. Next time through St. Augustine I think we'll try Morningview to change things up. David is a great host that is forgiving of his guests when they forget things.
Quiet,comfortable and romantic
Dave Brezing is a gracious host his Breakfasts are wonderful. The room is very comfortable and like the rest of the house just beautiful.We are really happy that we chose "Our House" to celebrate our 20 year anniversary it was peaceful, romantic and quiet. we will return as soon as we can and we highly recommend staying there.
This was our first stay together in a B&B. We were very pleased with the service, the food, the atmosphere and the location. Dave is a marvelous host who also happens to be a fantastic cook and talented musician.
Our House is not a 'step back in time' but a 'leap into gracious living and serenity'. We hope to stay there again soon.
Thanks Dave for all the wonderful little touches you provided to make our stay memorable!!
It was our first time at a Bed and Breakfast where we celebrated our 10 year anniversary. We loved the whole experience. It was romantic, the rooms were beautiful, and we woke up to fresh coffee at our door every morning. We knew breakfast was ready when Dave, the host, was playing the piano. The food was incredible and the company was great. We felt like Royalty. I highly recommend it. It was first class all the way.
Thanks again, Juliette & Andy!
Cozy quiet very romantic
Went here for our anniversary and had a wonderful time!!! Lovely house and David was a great host. The B&B is a little off the tourist track which makes for a quiet respite, but it is right in the antiques district and walkable to the other tourist attactions. The rooms are lovely and you will soon feel like "Our House" is your house!!
The perfect place to get away from it all. The house was charming and our room was beautiful, not to mention soooo comfortable. The entire home is tastefully decorated without all the doilies and flowery wallpaper I have come to expect at bed and breakfasts. It really did feel like home. The veranda would have been perfect for reading a book, but we could not make ourselves get out of the bed. I can not describe to you how wonderful the bed was!! Trust me, after the hours of shopping at all the antique store just around the corner, the bed beckons you to crawl beneath its soft sheets for a nap. And the breakfast was incredible--I can't stop thinking about that sweet potato pancake! Dave was charming and friendly, but intuitive to our desire for privacy. This is a wonderful place for a romantic weekend away from it all in a beautiful home.
David Brezing's enchanting "escape from reality" was my first experience at a Bed & Breakfast and what a delightful one it was. He was an attentive and gracious host, catering to our every need. All the personal touches you could ever imagine were offered with the utmost attention to detail; from the soothing piano music he played for us in the morning to the delicious and beautifully presented multi-course gourmet breakfasts (yes, he's a marvelous chef, too) to the elegant ambience of each lavishly appointed room and so much more. There are larger lodgings in the area that offer an array of amenites, but in my opinion, they do not compare. Call me spoiled.
Our House Inn of St. Augustine is a must! My husband and I celebrated our 1 year wedding anniversary and it was amazing. The personal service is second to none and the attention you get from your housekeeper is amazing. We highly reccomend the visit to anyone coming to the St.
Augustine area - we will be back next year!