Travel Blogs from St. Augustine, United States

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The Grinch Who Stole Christmas is Alive...., St. Augustine, United States travel blog

The Grinch Who Stole Christmas is Alive....

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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... and the houses were on the opposite side. I came to these new (gated) housing  developments. More opulent housing. At St. Augustine I stopped in for a view of the Lighthouse, then continued on into town. The town was established by the Spanish in ...

Day 15: Ditto, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Day 15: Ditto

A travel blog entry by tieken

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See yesterday's blog. We did the same thing today as yesterday. ...

On to St. Augustine, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

On to St. Augustine

A travel blog entry by momadunc

... .  We decided to use the laundry facilities before travelling so pulled away from Jekyll Island about noon, moving on to St. Augustine.  We have some concern as we move farther south about finding sites without advance bookings but were able to ...

Historic settlement, St Augustine , United States travel blog

Historic settlement

A travel blog entry by leeroy_jenkins

St Augustine was a quiet affair, a place with a history in both Spanish & English shipping, home to many pirates & rumoured to have many haunted ghost ...

Day 18: Preparing to hit the road, again!, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Day 18: Preparing to hit the road, again!

A travel blog entry by tieken

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This is our last night in St. Augustine. We spent the day puttering around the house picking up after ourselves, sitting on the beach, and doing the last of our laundry. We've both enjoyed the time to slow down this week. Tomorrow we are off to Key West. ...

Playing Tourist Again, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Playing Tourist Again

A travel blog entry by momadunc

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We headed to St. Augustine to play tourist again.  After a quick drive through the heritage area we decided to sign up for the trolley that runs throughout the downtown.  There is a lot to see here.  Don's knees are causing him considerable ...

Forts and dolphins in St Augustine, Florida, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Forts and dolphins in St Augustine, Florida

A travel blog entry by sackitoff

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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 ...

Day 14: Relaxation, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Day 14: Relaxation

A travel blog entry by tieken

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Today was a very lazy day. Not much to report. We went out to the beach and enjoyed the sunshine and ocean breeze until about 1:30. We both came inside, had a little lunch, and took a nap. We went back out to the beach about 5:00 PM to read and catch a ...

Another Tourist Day, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Another Tourist Day

A travel blog entry by momadunc

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... 'old tavern'.  At this point we hadn't checked out the beach area yet so decided to go out to Fort Matanzas, another national historic site south of St Augustine.  This provided us with an opportunity to check out Crescent Beach just at ...

Who you gonna call?..... Ghost Busters!, St Augustine, United States travel blog

Who you gonna call?..... Ghost Busters!

A travel blog entry by travelinbuskers

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The night was spent at St. Augustines, America's oldest city. Here we were spooked out of our minds during a night time walking "ghost tour" of the town. After wandering home via the graveyard and gorging ourselves on a bucket of Ben and Jerry's choc ...

The World Awaits, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

The World Awaits

A travel blog entry by jenai

I would like to begin this Travel Journal with a quick note to those people who are not familiar with my writing. Lets call this my disclaimer/warning. I am a horrible speller, I use ellipsis...way too much, I write like a talk (or maybe talk like I ...

Feelin' Alive on the 95, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Feelin' Alive on the 95

A travel blog entry by dnesossi

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... on the surface to be a wonderful coastal city.  Teeming with history since it is the oldest European settlement in the United States, tomorrow’s adventure promises to be exciting.  It is a little warm this evening though….I hope it ...

St. Augustine, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

St. Augustine

A travel blog entry by lisa_82

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... we could see a shuttle on one of the launch pads, that shuttle was due to launch in about a month's time. When we got to St Augustine we went on a ghost tour -- apparently its the third most haunted city in the US... our guide went on and on about ...

More from St. Augustine, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

More from St. Augustine

A travel blog entry by sandi.beach

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Today Connie took me to the Washington Oaks Garden Park, which was the winter estate of Owen and Louise Young. Owen Young was the Chairman of General Electric and founder/Chairman of RCA. Louse was a businesswoman in her own right; manufacturing delicate ...

We have arrived...., ST Augustine, United States travel blog

We have arrived....

A travel blog entry by debnjon

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Florida, here we come. We left Waterloo on Saturday morning about 9 am, not the fastest start to a trip but there is no real schedule to keep, so it didn't really matter. We were fortunate and the weather was quite fine for driving for the two days. It ...

Day 17: The Old City and a Creepy Crawl, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Day 17: The Old City and a Creepy Crawl

A travel blog entry by tieken

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Today we got our butts off the beach and headed into the old city of St. Augustine.  It was founded in 1565 and is the longest inhabited city in the U.S.  The architecture is unique to anyplace we have been.  The Spanish influence is seen ...

Flagler Beach and St. Augustine, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Flagler Beach and St. Augustine

A travel blog entry by sandi.beach

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... think of Monterey as a city full of history. I had no idea how much history was packed into this one little town of St. Augustine. Connie took some great pictures which she emailed to me but I'm having a problem uploading them to the blog. Guess you will ...

Florida, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Florida

A travel blog entry by ecschultz

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I'm really in Redmond Hill, GA heading into Savannah tomorrow. (I've camped out in the lobby of Best Western - though I'm staying at Motel 6 - free wireless). I've spent the last week with family and now finally have time to update the blog as I'm on my ...

Day 16: Enjoying our time together, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Day 16: Enjoying our time together

A travel blog entry by tieken

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... the beach. We did a lot of people and dog watching. I even got my dachshund fix as we saw a couple walking two minis! St. Augustine Beach is a very family and pet friendly beach. Most of the ocean front properties are older but look nice. We lucked into ...

Charleston és Savannah felfedezése, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Charleston és Savannah felfedezése

A travel blog entry by lindamatyi

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... ői kocsmában felhajtunk egy-egy hűsítő IPA-t. Továbbindulunk, átlépjük Florida határát, következik Augustine, amely a kontinens legrégebbi városa. Trükkös zuhany egy kempingben és a tengerparti sétányon és wifis nyugovóra ...

Oldest place in America - kind of :-), St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Oldest place in America - kind of :-)

A travel blog entry by travel4

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Well here we are in St. augustine. I sent most of you an email already telling the travellers tales. From here on in this website will be up and running for you to post your own comments! etc........These are some of the pics from our jouney so ...

St. Augustine & Daytona Beach, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

St. Augustine & Daytona Beach

A travel blog entry by stalee

Daytona ...

st augustine,salt run, ST AUGUSTINE, United States travel blog

st augustine,salt run

A travel blog entry by mainship

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THE BRIDGE OF LIONS IN ST AUGUSTINE IS BEING REPLACED AND THE CEMENT LIONS ARE BEING REDONE SO THEREFORE THE ICW(INTERCOASTAL WATERWAY)IS CLOSED NORTH AND SOUTH BOUND.THERE ARE SCHEDULED OPENINGS SO WE HAVE TO ANCHOR NORTH OF THE SAN SEBASTIAN RIVER AND ...

St. Augustine, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

St. Augustine

A travel blog entry by carrieandbob

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St. Augustine We spent a couple different afternoons in St. Augustine. This is the oldest city in the United States and is quite picturesque. They have the brick lined streets set aside for just pedestrian traffic. Lots of little shops with all kinds ...

Time for some history!, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Time for some history!

A travel blog entry by thesairs

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... first for St. Augstine is that the first slaves in the territory that we now regard as the United States were brought to St. Augustine on the day it was founded by Pedro Menéndez de Avilés. Menéndez’s contract with King Phillip ...

A stroll under the dripping Spanish Moss, St Augustine, United States travel blog

A stroll under the dripping Spanish Moss

A travel blog entry by pumpkinqueen

What better way to spend a morn than sitting in a beautiful square in Savannah, fanning yourself against the balmy heat of the day? Without a doubt, Savannah is beautiful though oddly whiffy. The roads are wide and lined on both sides with thick ...

St Augustine, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

St Augustine

A travel blog entry by bradham5

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... tree....with lights, very Florida!! Day 4 Okay...it has cooled down to about 60 degrees so we start our sight seeing of St. Augustine. We see Fort Castillo de San Marcos...now remember Florida was, Spanish, British, Spanish, and then US. We go ...

RoadTrip - USA Eastern Seaboard, St Augustine, United States travel blog

RoadTrip - USA Eastern Seaboard

A travel blog entry by chris_lynz

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... the British founded Jamestown in Virginia; Florida's St. Augustine is the oldest continuously occupied settlement of European origin in the United States. The center of the city is very walkable, with pedestrian walkways or 'side walks' (can't get used ...

Seashells & remedies, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Seashells & remedies

A travel blog entry by malbet

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... interesting parts. It is the oldest continuously occupied European and African-established city, and the oldest port, in the continental United States.The 17th century fort, Castillo de San Marcos stands right on the shore; it is the largest and most ...

Bryn Mawr Campground, St. Augustine, FL, United States travel blog

Bryn Mawr Campground

A travel blog entry by 401hopest

we couldn't resist coming back to the beach and surf of St. Augustine for our last night in ...

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