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For over 30 years, Old Town Trolley Tours has brought the best of Saint Augustine to life through Transportainment, their unique blend of transportation and entertainment.

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Located 3 miles south of the Flagler Pier and on the beach, High Tides at Snack Jack got its start way back in 1947.

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The Matanzas Inlet is an equal parts combination of pirate cove, nature preserve, jet ski and boating paradise, and tropical island fantasy.

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If you are in Saint Augustine for any length of time, I highly recommend you visit the Alligator Farm.

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I remember quite well the first time I wandered into to the Hyppo on Saint George Street. “$4.50 for a Popsicle!”, I exclaimed.

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The Castillo de San Marcos symbolizes the clash between cultures which ultimately resulted in our uniquely unified nation.

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Saint George Street is the premier street in the nation’s oldest city, Saint Augustine, Florida

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The Ponce de León Hotel was built by millionaire Henry Morrison Flagler and opened in 1888.

The history of Saint Augustine goes all the back to 1565, but is very much a city that is alive and well in 2016.

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Today, its 144-block National Historic Landmark District makes Saint Augustine a major tourist destination.

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