Casa Yallaha Hostel

Address: 108 Bridge Street, Saint Augustine, Florida, 32084, United States | 3 star hostel
 
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This 3 star hostel, located on 108 Bridge Street, Saint Augustine, is near Lightner Museum, The Ximenez-Fatio House, Saint Augustine Transfer Company & Gamsey Carriage Company, and Spanish Quarter.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint Augustine

    Day 16 - Biscayne Bay NP

    A travel blog entry by kurtvb on Oct 07, 2015

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    After a final walk around Key West to some of the famous tourist spots - Hemingway's house, end of Hwy A1A, and a picture at the Southern Most point in the continental US (just 90 miles to Cuba), we hit the road north. A stop at Biscayne Bay NP was a nice stop, and again we seemed to have the park to ourselves. Most of this park is also underwater, but we saw a few videos at the visitors center, and walked along a few of the boardwalks. We saw a ...

    Day 15 - Monday Oct 5th

    A travel blog entry by kurtvb on Oct 07, 2015

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    Today the car didn't leave the hotel parking lot! We found a nice hotel - The Southernmost Hotel - located at the end of Duvall and South Street. We decided to walk the 1.8 miles through town to get to the marina where the Yankee Freedom was waiting to take us the 70 miles to the most isolated National Park - Fort Jefferson within the Dry Tortugas NP. The boat ride was a little rough, but the $1 Dramamine they sold before the rise made it almost pleasant. ...

    Day 14 - Sunday October 4th

    A travel blog entry by kurtvb on Oct 07, 2015

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    Florida, the Everglades, and Key West! It was an excellent day and it was almost surreal finally reaching Key West after all these days of driving and wonderful sights. First the Everglades. Not a swamp, but a very wide, slow moving river. Dropping about 14 feet over several 100 miles. It is the only place where both crocodiles and alligators live in the same environment. ...

    Day 15

    A travel blog entry by granniesontour on Jun 25, 2015

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... let us stay overnight there so we would have more time to take in the sights. On our way after bright sunshine, the sky was getting darker by the minute and we knew we were heading for a huge storm....we were travelling on the interstate which was very busy and the rain came! Some cars pulled over and stopped because the rain was so heavy. I kept my eyes on the lights ...

    HISTORY!!!!

    A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Mar 12, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... that was how this was).

    The first brown sign we saw was for Fort Matanzas. This small fort was built one a small island at the mouth of the Matanzas Inlet, south of St. Augustine. It was built in 1740-42 as Spain's last effort to keep the British out of St. Augustine. We had arrived at the visitors complex minutes after the ferry boat/guided tour had departed at 11:30 and since the next one wasn't for an hour and a half, we just looked ...