Travel Blogs from Saint Augustine, United States

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a day in the life, St Augustine, United States travel blog

a day in the life

A travel blog entry by dwolf1

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I wanted to give you an idea of our day- my roommate likes to wake up 2 hours before we leave for the day. we go to breakfast, usually a continental breakfast provided by the hotel. we get our luggage out to the support vehicle called "big belly". then ...

Golf - Past, and  Present, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Golf - Past, and Present

A travel blog entry by gypsytour

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... we heard from a lifelong car dealer and part time New York City bartender. Em and Phil also gave us a tour of nearby St Augustine - now we're into buildings that are 500 years old... I find it hard to believe that Florida waited some 300 years to open ...

St Augustine, St Augustine, United States travel blog

St Augustine

A travel blog entry by hannahthorne

The drive down to St Augustine from Charleston was 275 miles - about 5 hours drive. Slept most of it. It was good weather most of the way down, until we reached Florida, "The Sunshine State", when it started to rain!! It soon brightened up again and ...

On Tour again..., Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

On Tour again...

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo

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... more can I say?  I stayed occupied at the site, somehow, but don't remember. Today, we left early and drove into St. Augustine to attend Mass at the Basilica Cathedral of St. Augustine.  It's pronounced "Uh-gus-ten" when it's associated with the ...

A visit to St. Augustine, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

A visit to St. Augustine

A travel blog entry by jcarter

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On our final day in Jacksonville, we decided to take a ride south to St. Augustine. In about an hour driving along the beach hwy we ended up in St. Augustine. It looked to be a nice little town with a maze of tourist attractions. We had gone there to ...

More of St. Augustine, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

More of St. Augustine

A travel blog entry by gauke

... before but that was delicious and again, I'll probably be sorry that I didn't get it. Our next visit was the St. Augustine Distillery.  Another trip through their small museum, another video and a tour.  They had finished for the day (as had ...

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

St. Augustine,

A travel blog entry by mwsaltzman

Trip to the old city of St. ...

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

St. Augustine

A travel blog entry by jilnmike

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... of youth and came ashore here in 1513. The city was established in 1565 and is the oldest city continuously inhabited in the United States. Most of the streets a one way traffic only as they are no wider than 12'. Homes and businesses are build right on ...

Getting warmer, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Getting warmer

A travel blog entry by prawn0

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... up for lunch in battery park which was lovely with big trees and lots of grass. After lunch we hit the road on our way to saint Augustine. It was about a 5 hour drive to get there and we had a few stops on the way. After what seemed like ages we finally ...

A little bit psychic or a little bit psycho?, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

A little bit psychic or a little bit psycho?

A travel blog entry by eightydaze

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... unlikely that you will." She had a pretty "enlightening" day. We went our separate ways and the Griswalds proceeded to St. Augustine, the oldest city in the country.  Clarkism, "Kids did you know that this town was founded in 1565 and 4 ...

MyTrip to Oldest City of our nation- St. Augustine, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

MyTrip to Oldest City of our nation- St. Augustine

A travel blog entry by tuba

... the story; After the breakfast, we all went to a special zoo called Alligator Farm, which is located on Anastasia Island in St. Augustine. You can find any kind of alligator you can imagine there, and a few, you couldn't imagine. They also have tropical ...

HISTORY!!!!, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

HISTORY!!!!

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors

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... in 1987, I think. Don't remember much about that visit, but I'm sure it was not as busy or expensive as now. I visited St. Augustine waaaaaaaaaay back in about 1963. I know it wasn't anything like today. The day dawned dark and early. There was a major ...

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

St. Augustine, FL

A travel blog entry by judyinocala

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First stop: Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum. Ripley's has nothing to do with St. Augustine, but that doesn't keep it from being a popular attraction here. It bills itself as an "odditorium," and that's just about right. Some of the exhibits are ...

St Augustine FL, St Augustine, United States travel blog

St Augustine FL

A travel blog entry by nst_nadya

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We had a hiccup!!, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

We had a hiccup!!

A travel blog entry by guynnmonica

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Well, After starting are trip on the 17th, we are still in St. Augustine because we had an RV issue.  Oh well, these things happen and of couse my wonderful, handy husband fixed everything.  Thank you Lord.  We are on the road again heading ...

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

St. Augustine, FL

A travel blog entry by earthdove

St. Augustine, ...

On to the Sunshine State, Saint Augustine Beach, United States travel blog

On to the Sunshine State

A travel blog entry by speedylth

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... toward the coast, the cotton and farm fields were replaced by expansive marshes and the promise of my final destination: St. Augustine Beach. Every leg of this trip has taken longer than anticipated, and by the time I got to La Fiesta Inn, I ...

The awaited Departure - St Augustine to Miami, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

The awaited Departure - St Augustine to Miami

A travel blog entry by michedon99

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... is essential when you realize that your life is in the hands and decisions of that man. I sailed out of St Augustine, under the Bridge of Lions with utmost confidence in my well sailed skipper.  Conditions were a little boisterous with ...

Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Castillo de San Marcos National Monument

A travel blog entry by gthznathan

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... at this time...and it is on purpose as Greg drives is the outlet malls that are on either side of the highway at St Augustine. Every time, Greg just puts his foot down on the accelerator hoping that I wont notice that the outlet shops have become a ...

Day 31, St Augustine, United States travel blog

Day 31

A travel blog entry by sassypants

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Camping Weekend, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Camping Weekend

A travel blog entry by jencape

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We camped at Anastasia with at least 8 other families that are friends (very fun to camp with so many other people you know - I'm worried now that we can never go back to camping just as our family - the girls will be too bored with no friends to play ...

MPA, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

MPA

A travel blog entry by chocalatesyrup

Let me start off  saying i woke up at 5 in the morning for this! I went there for a school performance called MPA. We had to sing 2 song and do sight reading.  We (7th grade or trebble chior) recieved an exellent on our rating. We wernt ...

Saint Augustine, Florida, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Saint Augustine, Florida

A travel blog entry by mcgovern

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March 29, 2012 - by Madison Today we went to 2 national parks in Saint Augustine, Florida. The 1st one we went to was called Castillo de San Marcos.  When we got there we got our Junior Ranger books and then we went on a ranger program.  On ...

St. Augustine, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

St. Augustine

A travel blog entry by pogiest

St. Augustine is such a great place to visit. It's the oldest city in the United States. We used to go there a lot just to get out of Jacksonville because it's rather ...

Day Nine and Ten, St Augustine, United States travel blog

Day Nine and Ten

A travel blog entry by lgrubbs

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Condensing two days into this blog.  We left Fernandina Beach heading towards St. Augustine yesterday.  Landon and Cheyna were on board and the weather cooperated beautifully.  Both got sunburned first day out and Gene even gave Landon a ...

Helicopters = cool shit, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Helicopters = cool shit

A travel blog entry by chazlegrand

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... sitting in the front of even this much more mellow ride gave me a completely different perspective. I loved the whole ride. St. Augustine the town is very cool in it's own right. It was pretty cool just walking around the oldest permanent settlement ...

St Augustine, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

St Augustine

A travel blog entry by tomodea

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This morning was an easy drive to St Augustine.  This town was first settled by the Spanish in 1565, making it the "oldest continually occupied European settlement in North America".   It's a lovely town.  We settled into a hotel in ...

Marathon Sunday, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Marathon Sunday

A travel blog entry by tisch

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... well enough behaved there that we weren’t even tempted to toss them over the fence during feeding time.  The St Augustine Alligator farm is the largest collection of crocodilians  in the world,  very informative,  and not at all ...

Segway Tour and Big Cats, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Segway Tour and Big Cats

A travel blog entry by jayneehill4

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... which had fancy paintings and stained glass windows. We stopped and had a homemade popsicle at the Hypo. Then we went to the St Augustine Wildlife Reserve. It looks after big cats and lions. A lady bought a lynx for a pet but it was too rough and so she ...

Another great Visit, a must stop!, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Another great Visit, a must stop!

A travel blog entry by captrick

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St Augustine is another old beautiful town rich in history. When you visit, the trolley tour is a must. Also a visit to the old lighthouse. There are many fine restaurants in the area. This is another place that we will return to. Our campground was ...

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