Crescent Silver Sands Motel

8448 A1A South, Saint Augustine, Florida, 32080, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 8448 A1A South, Saint Augustine, is near Crescent Beach, Marineland, Faver-Dykes State Park, and Matanzas Inlet.
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Travel Blogs from Saint Augustine

Florida History

A travel blog entry by lukeanthhill on Jun 24, 2014

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This morning we went to the Fountain of Youth, which is a Spanish dig site. It was home to the first white settlement in America.

We saw:
1. A musket firing
2. The planetarium (to show how early explorers navigated)
3. A canon firing (it was loud)
4. The Fountain of Youth spring (it tasted sulphuric)
5. A native Indian village (an old Indian burial site)
6. Mission de Numbers (the earliest ...

The Fort

A travel blog entry by jayneehill4 on Jun 24, 2014

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We had a sleep in and then went out to the Fountain of Youth which is where America was first settled. We went and saw how to work a musket. After that we saw a canon. It was very loud when it was fired. We saw some shelters of some Indians that once lived here.

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Segway Tour and Animal Sanctuary

A travel blog entry by lukeanthhill on Jun 23, 2014

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Today we went on a Segway Tour.

We saw:

1. Flagler College (the first hotel that had electricity)
2. A cathedral (it had a pipe organ with the most pipes in the world)
3. A popsicle shop (it had home made popsicles that were delicious)
4. A house on fire (it nearly took the chocolate shop!!!)

After lunch went to a animal rescue and rehabilitation park for exotic ...

HISTORY!!!!

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Mar 12, 2014

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... that was how this was).

The first brown sign we saw was for Fort Matanzas. This small fort was built one a small island at the mouth of the Matanzas Inlet, south of St. Augustine. It was built in 1740-42 as Spain's last effort to keep the British out of St. Augustine. We had arrived at the visitors complex minutes after the ferry boat/guided tour had departed at 11:30 and since the next one wasn't for an hour and a half, we just looked ...

The awaited Departure - St Augustine to Miami

A travel blog entry by michedon99 on Dec 11, 2013

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Finally our pre season preparation was complete, provisions stashed and stowed, crew ready! The lead up to this day built a certain amount of anxious excitement. Having never sailed before or even knowing if I suffered with sea sickness, it was a world of unkown's and firsts for me.

The trust in your skipper is essential when you realize that your life is in ...