Travel Blogs from Saint Augustine, United States

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Objectif Floride!, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Objectif Floride!

A travel blog entry by clermontdemers

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... pause pipi, essence et Mcdo pour les enfants. Nous on mange en roulant un restant du midi. Notre route s'arrêtera donc à St.-augustine à 8:30 au confort inn. Merci au réseau sans fil des Mcdo de St.-augustine qui nous aura permis de choisir parmis ...

Relaxing, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Relaxing

A travel blog entry by dajackso

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... 1696.  This party was headed to Pennsylvania but the Indians in this spot chased them out and so they continued north to St. Augustine where they settled, in 1697.        Leaving the campground late in the day meant arrival at the ...

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

st. augustine

A travel blog entry by gemlouj

old city! we went on a ghost tour here which was pants. but very ...

Home  & Away, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Home & Away

A travel blog entry by thematts

  I just added this entry so that our map didn't begin in Tampa.  That's all. ...

Meeting, travel, and fun, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Meeting, travel, and fun

A travel blog entry by sciencefun

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... went to Mission Nombre de Nos where there was a really big cross.  It was the site of the first Catholic worship in the United States.  The cross was 208 feet tall (Miles guessed 130 haha,  Dad was closest, I think his guess was ...

The Oldest This and the Oldest That, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

The Oldest This and the Oldest That

A travel blog entry by eightydaze

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... along the Matnzas Bay.  This is the fort originally built by the Spanish to protect the city of St. Augustine.  They had people in costume that set the canons off over the bay.  They were loud enough Ellen missed the ...

JFK Space Centre and St Augustine, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

JFK Space Centre and St Augustine

A travel blog entry by juliacaplan

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... a piece of the moon and got to sit in the control tower:):) so cool:) we then played in the fountains and sunbathed:):) St Augustine Cutest wee town ever and so much history to it aswell:) the buildings remind me of Venice:) we had a couple of hours to ...

We Are On Our Way, Saint Augustine Beach, United States travel blog

We Are On Our Way

A travel blog entry by r10vill9

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So...after driving for nearly 4 hours, we were just approaching St. Augustine when we were startled by a LOUD beeping noise that we finally, after thinking something was wrong with the car, traced to our cell phone. There was a new message that read: ...

Day 32 Cocoa beach to St augustine Contiki day 20, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Day 32 Cocoa beach to St augustine Contiki day 20

A travel blog entry by iancarmen

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... and see a few minor things on the way out including the rocket garden. Then it was back to the coach and then 2hrs to st Augustine. We watched a movie. We then arrived, at the hotel, unpacked, tried to use the WiFi, but it was not working that well, then ...

st augustine, Saint Augustine Beach, United States travel blog

st augustine

A travel blog entry by lagalag1

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Passed the TIC of Florida for info and hotel coupons. Drove to St Augustine,Florida. Stayed at Howard Johnson's Hotel in St .Augustine,Florida. It is owned by an Indian,Tour trolley buses  passed it's ground frequently because it has the oldest tree ...

St Augustines, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

St Augustines

A travel blog entry by lozjg

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Yesterday's journey was not too bad, we went straight to the town of st Augustine, stopped off at the visitors centre for some maps then wandered through the town. St Augustines is the oldest city in america, it was founded by the spanish and we visited ...

Day 1: Stops 1 & 2, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Day 1: Stops 1 & 2

A travel blog entry by jc_adventures

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... cities in America. The Fort was held under 5 different flags through it's time of being used actively; Spain, Britain, Spain, United States, The Confederate, and finally the United States. It was built for protection, but later used to jail prisoners and ...

Day 1: Stop 3, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Day 1: Stop 3

A travel blog entry by jc_adventures

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Third Stop: St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum... ARRRRR MATEY!! One of the biggest pirate collections in the world and one of the few places with an actual found treasure chest! The tour of a pirate ship to the buried treasure that has been ...

Southern Comfort - More BBQ, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Southern Comfort - More BBQ

A travel blog entry by azcook

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... the small cup. Ted tried the ribs with coleslaw this time and said they were yummy as well. We left and programmed in St. Augustine, FL for the night.  We thought we would find a campground along the way.  We looked in our Passport America book ...

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

St Augustine… FL

A travel blog entry by kate_5

Still in Florida… in St Augustine actually… It's the USA oldest continually occupied town… the town holds an important place in American history especially in regards to civil rights and stuff… There's also apparently lots of ...

Natasha and Theresa brainstorm, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Natasha and Theresa brainstorm

A travel blog entry by thejuicebox

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A quick trip to Florida really got our juices flowing. A raw food/detox class inspires the juice box.  This trip proved we can travel ...

The Oldest City in the United States!, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

The Oldest City in the United States!

A travel blog entry by pykesonthego

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  Lots to write about, and many, many pictures to upload...just a few "teasers" for now! ...

Haunted, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Haunted

A travel blog entry by arjunrebecca

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Day 1: Stop 6, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Day 1: Stop 6

A travel blog entry by jc_adventures

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Sixth Stop: <b>St. Augustine Light House & Museum</b>... 14 STORIES! You get to climb to the top of the light house and walk around the outside. Even if it takes you all day, the view you get at the top is breathtaking. After ...

The Fort, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

The Fort

A travel blog entry by jayneehill4

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We  had a sleep in and then went out to the Fountain of Youth which is where America was first settled. We went and saw how to work a musket. After that we saw a canon. It was very loud when it was fired. We saw some shelters of some ...

Spring in Saint Augustine?, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Spring in Saint Augustine?

A travel blog entry by 9lives

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... ?) The landscape character seemed to change to marshes and hammocks. We passed two Atlantic Ocean inlets - Matanzas and St. Augustine - the latter of which has a distinctive black and white striped lighthouse. There were a couple of historical sites - ...

Relaxing in St Augustine, Saint Augustine Beach, United States travel blog

Relaxing in St Augustine

A travel blog entry by ncraig

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... free wine samples...NO I DID NOT GO BACK FOR SECONDS...just bought some to take home. There are several Churches in St Augustine and the one I walked through was Flagler Memorial Presbyterian Church.  It took them just short of a year to build the ...

Savannah and St. Augustine along the way, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Savannah and St. Augustine along the way

A travel blog entry by smyth

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On the way down we stopped in a couple of places we had always wanted to explore a bit more: Savannah and St. Augustine.  Sadly, while both cities are lovely and history filled, it was still cold in both as you can see from the few chilly ...

St Augustine - Florida....in the rain, Saint Augustine Beach, United States travel blog

St Augustine - Florida....in the rain

A travel blog entry by kaybrown

... day and cold…..What the? Isn't this Florida? This changed my plans of going for a run and walking around Old Town St Augustine.  Again. We decided to catch the Old Town Trolley from the campsite.  At least this way we can see the sights, ...

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

St. Augustine

A travel blog entry by rosemarys

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... so we will see! There is ground around the fountain where several native bodies were found and reburied. Our final stop in St. Augustine was the Mission of Nombre de Dios with its huge cross of 210 feet erected in honour of the first Catholic Mission in ...

A Day in Old Town St. Augustine, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

A Day in Old Town St. Augustine

A travel blog entry by herlenegilbert

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... years ago of each of the cousins sharing their memories of Pendergrass. I can't wait to see it. We came to Saint Augustine from many different  places, Baltimore, Daytona, Port Orange, Atlanta, Jacksonville and Marietta and are all headed back ...

Staying put, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Staying put

A travel blog entry by tradition

Still raining so we changed plans and will stay here one more night. Good thing we decided that because the car wasn't ready until 3. Picked it up, cost less than the estimate so that was very good, stopped for some groceries and then supplies at ...

Arrival in St Augustine, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Arrival in St Augustine

A travel blog entry by ntravels

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... where we would spend the night. We got to our hotel (Castillo Real) mid afternoon, checked in, and head back towards downtown St. Augustine to explore a bit before dark and get dinner. The hotel was right on the beach - even with a view, on an island ...

Third Stop, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Third Stop

A travel blog entry by cortega79

St. ...

Tourist Attractions, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Tourist Attractions

A travel blog entry by sciencefun

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... to come.  We had a long ride back, but learned some things along the way.  We saw the oldest house in St. Augustine, as well as Flagler College, and the Lightner Museum.  We still had to pick up our salsa. Instead of driving back into town ...

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