Days Inn Historic Downtown
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Historic Downtown Saint Augustine
We stayed two nights here and it was middle of the road ok not great to lousy. It was situated perfectly for food and city touring so we stayed. Get a coupon from Denny's for this place saves you $15.
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Hi everyone, it's me again.
I have wrested the computer away from Ed for this blog post so I can write about my favorite place on our trip so far.
Back in 2011, I went to the US to see my new born niece, my sister and my brother in law for Christmas (or "Crimmas" as Madeline calls it) Celia took us …
... after a two-month siege, the British troops burned the town and retreated. British attacks continued, however. Plantation and slave owners in the English colonies resented the sanctuary that Spanish Florida afforded escaped slaves who successfully made their way to St. Augustine, which became a focal point for the first underground railroad. There, escaped slaves were given their freedom by the Spanish Governor if they declared allegiance to the King of Spain and embraced the ...
... 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 ...
... visit with Sister and Bates. The Bates crew is all decked out in their Georgia paraphanelia and went to the beach for some picture taking. When we arrived at the Bates Abode, we got to see Lexie, for the first time on the trip, and I think she was glad to see us. At least her tail was wagging, so that was a good sign. Dee Dee and Mike stopped by as well as Alice, Vicki, Patrick, Nathan and Tricia. We had a full house. Seems some of ...
... to cover gray there was a young girl dyeing hers gray. What makes the world go around I guess. We wandered in and out of the shops for a while and then went to the Columbia for dinner. It was a Spanish restaurant and we had no idea what to order. We all ended up ordering tapas. Before they were served we each had a "hunk" of bread. When they gave us our individually wrapped bread I knew that I ...