Fairfield Inn & Suites St. Augustine
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Travel Blogs from Saint Augustine
... of a detour round a slightly ropey part of town when the sat nav went a bit wrong, we parked up on Laura Street (!) and followed the map we had with all the events on it. Throughout the part of town we were in (Jacksonville is the biggest city in the US based on square miles but it's all very spread out- like lots of little towns grouped together in to a city) shops and cafés were open showing the work of local artists, jewellery makers,sculptors etc. ...
... back bigger, I just hope it's muscle and not fat. At least that's what Laura's told me anyway. I finally got fed up of not being able to make any proper food though and bought a skillet which is like an electric heated pan and lid, which can apparently roast, grill, fry and stew. So I'll finally be able to take advantage of the tempting steaks in the supermarket. Shopping here is really cheap as all of the shopping on base is tax free. Unfortunately this also extends to the ...
We had a great day touring St. Augustine, the oldest European city in the United States. We took the trolley around and really enjoyed seeing this beautiful city. Yesterday it rained all day but today was clear if a little cool.
Never knew that the history of United States really started here. This colony started before Jamestown. Ponce de Leon was not looking for the Fountain of Youth, he was looking for gold for the King of Spain.
... fun a trip. It's a good 30 minute walk from the hotel so I had to make sure I only got the bare essentials, whilst also trying to work out what I could cook in the microwave. I spent an annoying $60 and didn't have my change to tip the bag packing man, who told me "we cool" when I broke the bad news, and off I went with my seven bags (see photo!). I managed ten minutes of walking before I had a rest, which depressingly still left me in sight of ...
... Castillo De San Marcos we went back into time. To the time of piracy through a playful museum. The museum held the largest collection of pirate artifacts in the world. We saw 1 of 2 last remaining Jolly Roger flags. They also had the last remaining pirate chest. The chest last belonged to Captain Thomas Tew. At the end of the museum they even threw in some movie memorabilia.
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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