Super 8 St. Augustine Beach
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of laughter, hospitality and telling dirty jokes in the traditional Irish way (did I mention that they are all very Irish).
To close off these random thoughts, I want to address my male friends. Here are 2 experiences that women have not been telling us about, that are perfectly legal, inexpensive and feel great. Go get a pedicure! For $25, you get someone to work on your feet for over an hour. Go for the deluxe version that comes ...
... Then, we had a wonderful dinner at the Sunset Grill near our hotel. Seafood enchiladas and mahi tacos were yummy.
The next day was sunny, and we toured St. Augustine. Did you know this town was continuously occupied for over 200 years before the Declaration of Independence was signed? We toured the Castillo de San Marcos, the Spanish fort built to protect the town in the 17th century. We learned about coquila, ...
... times the Spanish kept a firm hold thus protecting their shipping interests!
We took a ranger lead tour to learn more about The Castillo, the oldest masonary fort in the US. Made from coquina, a limestone composed chiefly from shell fragments that forms on the shoreline from the pounding action of the waves. When building the fort the masons cut blocks & built the walls with ...
... a guided bus tour out to the launch pad, the vehicle assembly building. It was an expensive day @$50.00 each Even With The Senior Rate but worth it. Very interesting and the buildings and presentation were top notch. Highly recommend it. Expenses: Campsite Hana State Park 2 nites: $68.00 Campsite Seasons in the Sun 2 nites: ...
... and happiness. We kissed beside it so only get 40 years. Good enough for me.
Saw the oldest wooden school in the United States, and the building and tower that thanks to Thomas Edison was the first in the US to have full electric power. Very pretty old town. We sat in an outdoor pub and just imaged what it was like in the late 18th century before the American's took over.