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Stories and Tips St. Augustine

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Night of Lights Celebration

Written by airynfaerie on 25 Feb, 2010

The annual St. Augustine "Night of Lights" celebration (along the the start of the many festive activities that happen in this lovely town during the holidays). Each November - January, the "Nation's Oldest City" of St. Augustine becomes a must-stop trip for visitors far and…Read More

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The Beach I Call Home

Written by airynfaerie on 07 Jan, 2010

A place that I'm proud to call home is the lovely little town of St. Augustine Beach. Located on Anastasia Island on the northeastern coast of Florida, St. Augustine Beach is the quaint seaside provence of the "Nation's Oldest City". If you're looking for bright…Read More

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Day at the Park

Written by airynfaerie on 06 Jan, 2010

Every now and then I have a really good idea......that turns out not to be so good.Take one weekend this past summer for example. We enjoyed a super nice beach day with friends...some surfing, some swimming, some reading. This was followed by a couple refreshing…Read More

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Through a Florida Creek

Written by airynfaerie on 05 Jan, 2010

One spring weekend in St. Augustine we visited some friends who live on the Intracoastal (the waterway which flows between inlets and on the land-side of Anastasia Island). As they live on the water, they have water "toys" and so we pushed out 3 kayaks…Read More

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A Well Guarded City

Written by lharri on 07 Jun, 2006

St. Augustine is the first city in the New World. There is much history to explore. The history of war and defense of the founders is a major part of St. Augusinte. The two forts available for touring are very different in their design but…Read More

St. Augstine by Wheelchair

Written by handicaptraveler on 29 Aug, 2005

St. Augustine, Florida, the nation’s oldest city, is probably not the first place one thinks of when thinking about Florida. But St. Augustine and the surrounding area is truly the REAL Florida. We are steeped in history, there are beautiful beaches, and nature abounds in…Read More

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St. George Street and Plaza de la Constitucion

Written by thedrifter on 13 Jun, 2004

The pedestrian thoroughfare of St. George Street is the natural focal point for any exploration of the Old Town. Beginning on the north at the Old City Gate, this narrow lane ends to the south at Plaza de la Constitucion. Spanning roughly six blocks, you’ll…Read More

St. Augustine Beach

Written by AnaMH on 04 Nov, 2000

The little community of St. Augustine Beach provides recreation of all sorts including fishing from the county pier, surfing, sunbathing, tennis, golf and bowling. There is also a selection of nightspots to choose from for dining and dancing. This community of over 3,600 prides itself…Read More

World Golf Village

Written by willow on 27 Nov, 2000

The village includes The World Golf Hall of Fame (everything anyone ever wanted to know about golf), an IMAX theatre, speciality shops and restaurants. The village often hosts festivals, shows and live entertainment, two of our favorites have been the Corvette Show and the…Read More

St. Augustine, our old standby....

Written by sccrn123 on 06 Sep, 2006

My husband and I live about an hour and half to two hour drive from St. Augustine, and although we always talk about going some place new we always end up there. If you are thinking that this might get boring you would be…Read More

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