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St. Augustine

Castillo de San MarcoView from the fortWindows for sale
To do
Places to stay Settled by the Spanish in the 1500's, St. Augustine is the oldest continuously inhabited city in the United States. As you can imagine, the city is rich with history. It's easy to miss significant sites in St. Augustine, so I would recommend taking a guided tour. Carriage tours are very charming.

The city is brimming with bed and breakfasts. They're really the best places to stay. You can find information and rates at BBOnline-St. Augustine.

If you're into the beach, you only need to cross the Bridge of Lions, and you're there. There are hotels at the beach, but my experience with them has not been good. You can find more information on events in the city at the St. Augustine Record site.

Directions --
Take I-95 south to exit 95. Make a left off the ramp, and follow for a few miles to A1A. Make a right on A1A, and you'll end up right in the heart of St. Augustine.

Visit St. Augustine, Jekyll Island, Fernandina Beach, or Charleston.
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No, we're not actually a bed and breakfast. If you've stumbled on this site accidentally, and you're looking for a bed and breakfast in Florida, see Bed and Breakfast Inns Online.

Contact your hosts Denise and Brian.