Travel Blogs from Saint Augustine, United States

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Week two begins, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Week two begins

A travel blog entry by r10vill9

After a splash in the ocean we bid our friends Gary and Kerry goodbye and drove north to St. Augustine. After checking in we listened to a singer in an outdoor pub on St. George St. and dined at Harry's Sea food where we discovered the true value of ...

Un peu d'histoire, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Un peu d'histoire

A travel blog entry by lfichter

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... finale. Mais avant, viste de la plus ancienne ville de Floride sous le soleil qui fait son grand retour. Le centre historique de Saint Augustine conserve encore quelques bâtiment anciens datant du 18ème siècle. Le plus important étant le vieux fort en ...

St. Augustine - 2/2008 to 4/2008, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

St. Augustine - 2/2008 to 4/2008

A travel blog entry by neph

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... to Jacksonville, Orlando, and Daytona airports. North Florida boasts a year-round mild climate perfect for strolling Saint Augustine's delightful historic district, with its cobblestone streets, quaint cafes, bars, unique shops and bed-and-breakfast ...

6 a.m. Start, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

6 a.m. Start

A travel blog entry by emmylou1

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Between Hank Williams' pain songs and Newberry's train songs and Blue Eyes Cryin' in the Rain Out in Luckenbach, Texas ain't nobody feelin' no pain  -Waylon and Willie The song starts out with the lyrics "the only two things in life that make it ...

Tennis, Ghosts, and more, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Tennis, Ghosts, and more

A travel blog entry by sciencefun

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... were some instructions then we were off on the Ghost train.  Our first stop had us walking down the oldest street in St. Augustine to the Old Spanish Hospital.  I captured something weird on my camera, but not sure what it was...probably just a ...

Oldest continuous settlement in the US, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Oldest continuous settlement in the US

A travel blog entry by jsging

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On the way to Jacksonville we spent one night in St Augustine, settled in 1513.  Although the north American indian tribes would argue they've been in the US longer than this, St Augustine is recognized as the oldest continuous occupied city in the ...

America's oldest City 1556, Saint Augustine Fl, United States travel blog

America's oldest City 1556

A travel blog entry by senior-vistas

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 This is the first time I'm using this program. It looks good when my friend Mark uses it, I hope I do as well.            When we travel we try to observe the uniqueness of the region.  One taste of Florida is to ...

Day 4, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Day 4

A travel blog entry by barbo1999

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... ; Did a little shopping and had lunch on the mall.  Beautiful church at the end of the street the Basilica of St. Augustine.  Going back tomorrow to visit at the Old Fort and find the Fountain of Youth possibly drink from it!!!!  Weather ...

St. Augustine, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

St. Augustine

A travel blog entry by jeffandkathieh

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... felt like she was back in her childhood at St. Lukes!  Give us that old time Episcopal religon!) Our campground in St. Augustine was the most primitive that we've been at so far.  Don't get us wrong, we still had 50 amp service, ...

Passed by Fort Matanzas, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Passed by Fort Matanzas

A travel blog entry by heidi.brown

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Visiting Daytona International Speedway on the way, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Visiting Daytona International Speedway on the way

A travel blog entry by adn

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... to be close to the next stop, early tomorrow. The famous thing in St Augustine is the old spanish castle and the old city. It has some nice buildings and cozy streets. San Juan de Puerto Rico apart, it is the oldest european siedlung in the United States. ...

Farewell Thoroughbred country and back to Florida, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Farewell Thoroughbred country and back to Florida

A travel blog entry by chrisleslie

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... on them of course) going back and forth on the field.  Said our farewells and set off on our 5 1/2 hour-ish journey to St. Augustine, FL. Katy told us we would drive through a whole lot of nothing for a while before reaching I-95 and she was right. ...

Florida History, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Florida History

A travel blog entry by lukeanthhill

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This morning we went to the Fountain of Youth, which is a Spanish dig site. It was home to the first white settlement in America. We saw: 1. A musket firing 2. The planetarium (to show how early explorers navigated) 3. A canon firing (it ...

Segway Tour and Animal Sanctuary, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Segway Tour and Animal Sanctuary

A travel blog entry by lukeanthhill

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Today we went on a Segway Tour.     We saw: 1. Flagler College (the first hotel that had electricity) 2. A cathedral (it had a pipe organ with the most pipes in the world) 3. A popsicle shop (it had home made popsicles that were ...

Toured the old city, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Toured the old city

A travel blog entry by nhsteve

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We spent the morning in St Augustine, Fl , touring the old city and historic sites. Very nice time and wish we could spend more time there.  We needed to travel to Lake Meyers in central Florida, which is just south of Orlando.  We arrived at a ...

Well we Dragged the Chain today, here now though., St Augustine Florida United States, United States travel blog

Well we Dragged the Chain today, here now though.

A travel blog entry by windwalkergv

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... fuel tank while here.  We have caught up with about 5 others we have met since leaving Pasadena, so I think a Pub session is on the cards tomorrow.  We will put up pictures in a day or so OK. PS The St Augustine in Florida much further South OK. ...

Hailey and Justin's Wedding Weekend, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Hailey and Justin's Wedding Weekend

A travel blog entry by brad_and_amanda

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A bit of history, innit, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

A bit of history, innit

A travel blog entry by wendalex

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... - me and Alex have been here before but thought we should show the Watts seniors what an American historic town looks like - St Augustine is the oldest inhabited city in the USA. We also stayed at the same motel as last time, shame it's gone down hill ...

Not out of Florida yet?!, Saint Augustine Beach, United States travel blog

Not out of Florida yet?!

A travel blog entry by sldusse

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... start to our adventure.  A mechanic came out and was able to get us moving.  We were able to head back south to St. Augustine to a KOA where we could let the caged animals run wild.  After 24 hours of being in a rv, the kids were happy to ...

Getting ready to go, St Augustine, United States travel blog

Getting ready to go

A travel blog entry by emmylou1

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Flight leaves at noon tomorrow. Got my hat ...

VIsiting Saint Augustine, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

VIsiting Saint Augustine

A travel blog entry by leedellekaptain

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... nbsp; They had period dressed people at the fort, who performed the shooting of the cannon from the top of the fort. Saint Augustine Lighthouse:  After we visited the fort, we went to the Saint Augustine Lighthouse.  We had seen quite a few ...

Low low low low low low low low in Flo-rida, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Low low low low low low low low in Flo-rida

A travel blog entry by tomgreen

A 4 hour drive took us further south to St Augustine in Florida. This is a chilled beach town with a large colonial history with a bit of piracy thrown in for good measure. After looking round one if the forts we headed to a classic American bar to enjoy ...

Day 7 - St Augustine, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Day 7 - St Augustine

A travel blog entry by rachelward1992

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... started with a 4 hour drive from Charleston to Florida. We stopped of in Georgia and bought some traditional peaches. Once we reached St Augustine we went into the little town which had a western theme to it, there was a castle which I paid $7 to get in ...

YEAH! We're Home!!, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

YEAH! We're Home!!

A travel blog entry by thematts

  This entry is just to finish up the map so we get a total distance traveled.   We made it home safely though.  Kalee was confused at first to see us.  Chloe was instantly excited.  It took a few minutes, but then Kalee was ...

First day in St. Augustine, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

First day in St. Augustine

A travel blog entry by sciencefun

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We woke up and went to the free continental breakfast.  Dad was already there. It was actually pretty good with waffles, muffins, biscuits and gravy, etc.  Luke finally came over around 9:15 just before the buffet was over.  Dad took an ...

Wintery, Blustery St. Augustine, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Wintery, Blustery St. Augustine

A travel blog entry by bobnkaren

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... managed a bloody take-over in 1763 which lasted until 1784 when the Spanish grabbed it back. Finally it became part of the United States in 1821. The French tried in there somewhere, but failed. And don't forget Ponce de Leon and the Fountain of ...

Sunset Grill, St. Augustine, United States travel blog

Sunset Grill

A travel blog entry by saved_by_grace

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... since breakfast this morning at the hotel so I used Trip Advisor to see where any good restaurants were in the city of St. Augustine. The Sunset Grill restaurant was highly rated and the reviews also claimed they had good clam chowder.  I was ...

Martin Luther King Day: Exploring St. Augustine, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Martin Luther King Day: Exploring St. Augustine

A travel blog entry by globetrotters

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... this project. Actually, he is hoping to be at the launching of the ship when it leaves Malaga, Spain to sail to the United States. Everyone, say a collective prayer that he will be there when the time comes.  When we arrived at the lighthouse, ...

Ft. Mose and the Fountain of Youth, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

Ft. Mose and the Fountain of Youth

A travel blog entry by globetrotters

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... town called Gracia Real de Santa Teresa de Mose, making it the first free African settlement to legally exist in the United States. Ft. Mose later gained prominence by its successful battle to protect St. Augustine against the British in ...

St Touristine, Saint Augustine, United States travel blog

St Touristine

A travel blog entry by andante_abroad

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Day 32 19th September Indian Lake St Augustine, Florida Slept like babes! Looks like an easy drive today south round Jacksonville to the coast then follow it down to St Augustine, the earliest continuously settled town in America, started by the ...

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