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As my daughters and I rode around Saint Augustine this afternoon, the people we came across were smiling and happy, you’d never know a hurricane was coming.

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Until they invent an actual time machine, having lunch at Georgie’s Diner is the next best thing. From a distance, the glittering silver facade beckons.

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The Beachcomber Cottages on Vilano consist of two raised cottages and two Caribbean-style homes that are located just steps away from the Atlantic Ocean.

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If you’re out on St. Augustine Beach, you have to visit The Beachcomber at #2 A Street and try their Buffalo Shrimp Tacos with Red Beans and Rice. 

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The Matanzas Inlet is found off the beaten path. It’s a treasured gem, located about a mile past the final parking lot at Crescent Beach.

Old City Market is one of Anastasia Island’s newest eateries located about a mile east of the Bridge of Lions in beautiful Saint Augustine.

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Breathtaking beaches, outdoor concerts, and historic landmarks are all within easy reach from our Wyndham Garden Sebastian St. Augustine hotel.

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Ribault set sail from Fort Caroline, today Jacksonville, to attack his arch-enemy, Pedro Menendez de Aviles, who had been sent to Saint Augustine, Florida.

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During the Christmas holidays, the beautiful and historic city of St. Augustine lights up as it hosts its annual Nights of Lights holiday display.

This year, Nights of Lights “turns on” November 19, 2016, and continues nightly through January 31, 2017 in beautiful downtown Saint Augustine.

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