The Residences at World Golf Village

Address: 425 S Legacy Trail, Saint Augustine, Florida, 32092, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 425 S Legacy Trail, Saint Augustine, is near World Golf Hall of Fame, World Golf Hall of Fame, World Golf Village, and Slammer & Squire Golf Course.
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Travel Blogs from Saint Augustine

Day 2: Stop: 7 & 8

A travel blog entry by jc_adventures on Sep 11, 2015

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... set off on our adventure to the marina to catch our cruise boat. The weather called for rain, but the skies were clear and sunny. We were able to pick the bottom level or the top, so we went with the top. The view from the harbor and around the island were just amazing. we had such a fantastic time. Even though we didn't see dolphins the ride was breathtaking.

Stop 8: The Final- Dinner at the Columbia Restaurant

We ...

Sep 5th-7th Entering Florida

A travel blog entry by mazk on Sep 05, 2015

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... the kids were very gracious about
it) and headed towards Orlando instead via the coast.

We drove from St Augustine towards the
beach but beach access in an RV was tricky here. Plus (a bit of a
rant), I think charging to park to go the beach is terrible! I don't
know of anywhere in NZ where you have to pay to park for the beach
and I hope we never end up charging for something that God gifted to
everyone! Ok rant over :)


Adventure 1.0

A travel blog entry by weebittytravels on Jul 10, 2015

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Our first adventure in the little trailer. Spiders were abundant !
Beautiful beach, No dogs allowed :( although they did get to play in the water a bit !

Downtown St. Augustine is as always wonderful and dog friendly.

Learned a ton from the first trip. 1. Use tarps 2. Broom 3. Travel a ...

More of St. Augustine

A travel blog entry by gauke on Jan 12, 2015

... waiting for the next trolley. We went in the alpaca shop and Ken bought some gloves he can use as liners with his motorcycle gloves. The rugs in there were oh so soft and oh so warm and oh so expensive! We also wandered around an art gallery. Jerry maybe has found a new hobby, oil painting. The paintings were quite good, some very large and all very expensive, one over $100,000. I don't quite understand why you would want a painting of someone you ...

Day 17: The Old City and a Creepy Crawl

A travel blog entry by tieken on Jul 01, 2013

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... pub crawl in the old city section. We met our guide at a restaurant called Al's Pizza for our complementary beer and introduction to the tour. I had my first Yueingling, a beer from the oldest brewery in America. Zach our guide has been doing this tour for several months and never had a group of more than 15. For some reason this rainy Monday brought out 30 people.

Our first bar was called The Mill ...