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Historic Streets in St. Augustine

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Historic Streets in St. Augustine It seems around every corner of St. Augustine is a historical site with a plausible folk tale and an extensive history waiting to be discovered. From civil rights monuments to century-old Historic Inns to haunted pubs to infamous hotels and of...
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Five Romantic Rooms of the Historic Inns

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Romantic Rooms of the St. Augustine Historic Inns From the salty scent of Matanzas Bay to the clip-clop of hooves, the Nation’s Oldest City is an enchanting escape for lovers. Additionally, there are no shortages of romantic places to stay in St. Augustine. After meandering...

Reasons to Visit St. Augustine This Fall

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As summer comes to an end,  St. Augustine anxiously prepares for Fall! As the crowds in our Ancient City begin to drop off and the weather cools, we prepare for an exciting season full of events, festivals, and other happenings to kick-start the holiday season! Festivals  ...

St. Augustine Bucket List

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Time and time again St. Augustine, Florida, has topped the charts of desirable destinations. Its extensive history, ancient walls, and beloved vegetation have devised an irresistible city. Afterall, where else can you see the oldest masonry fort in the United States while sipping...

Date Night Ideas in St. Augustine

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There’s no doubt that St. Augustine is one of the most romantic cities in the U.S. From the cobblestone streets to the rich European-influenced architecture, the Nation’s Oldest City is truly charming. It’s no surprise that St. Augustine is a hotspot for...

Indoor Activities in St. Augustine

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When it comes to planning your dream St. Augustine vacation, you can organize your itinerary, activities, meals, and accommodations down to a T, but it’s always best to prepare for all kinds of weather. It’s a great idea to have indoor activities planned for all...

Cooking Class – at The Ancient Olive

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The Ancient Olive will be hosting a cooking class on Sunday, April 30, starting at 6pm. The class will be featuring a Cuban Style Dinner and Mojitos. We will be preparing Lemongrass Mint Mojitos, a fabulous Avocado and Onion Salad, wonderful Mariquitas with Mojo Sauce, Ropa Viejo...

Restaurants Open During Christmas Eve and Christmas

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Christmas is just around the corner! Whether you have family in town, or are celebrating independently, St. Augustine is filled with tons of restaurants that will be open. This is a great option for those traveling in to town and those who don’t want the hassle of making a...

Keeper of the Inn: Victorian House

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St. Augustine is known as the oldest continuously occupied city in America. To earn a title like that takes commitment to, and passion for a particular place. Anthony and Marilyn Sexton carry that same dedication and enthusiasm for their bed and breakfast, the Victorian House....

Nights of Lights in St. Augustine

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Thanksgiving is now over and the city of St. Augustine has transformed into a wonderland of holiday cheer! If you’ve never been to St. Augustine during the holiday season or you come and visit every year, this is the best place to find that holiday cheer that you’ve been looking...