Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn & Suites Saint Augustine
Fine for an overnight
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Travel Blogs from Saint Augustine
... northeast coast of Florida. St. Augustine was to serve two purposes: as a military outpost, or PRESIDIO, for the defense of Florida, and a base for Catholic missionary settlements throughout the southeastern part of North America. Maintaining St. Augustine as a permanent military colony, however, was a mighty task. Without the courage, perseverance, and tenacity of the early settlers, it is doubtful that the community would have survived. English pirates and corsairs pillaged and ...
... the road to Daytona.
We stopped for a last look at the ocean and now are on our way home.
We crossed the bridge over the Mantazas River and could see the Yacht Club on one side and St. Augustine College on the other side.
This has been another fun family time. Where to next year??? Time will tell.
Till next ...
... in Deland, we loaded up the Grumman Tiger and headed northwest. The tailwinds we enjoyed coming south were now against us, and the trashy weather in north Florida meant filing IFR to get out of the state. Made it back to Bozeman after an overnight in Kearney, KS. When we taxied in at Kearney, the EAAs B-17 , "Aluminum Overcast" was sitting on the ramp to great ...
... about 1:00 and got settled and then left a little before 3:00 and rode into St. Augustine. We found a parking place and then spent some time just wandering around the streets. It was so cold and we were not dressed for it! The streets were crowded and we did see some strange sights. We went in the trolley information booth to see what tours they had to offer. While Donna, Ken and I listened to the ...
... Fountain of Youth. Today this is an Archaeological Park, so there are exhibits and reconstructed villages. Every hour they fire a cannon and the peopled flocked over to the site, but we could hear the cannon from where we were. The site was discovered by Juan Ponce de Leon in 1513 and he named the land La Florida which means "the flower" and is the site of the nation's oldest city. We went into the spring house and had a drink of the "water". I ...