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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