Discovering Florida: A Look Around St. Augustine

Florida is a truly beautiful and diverse state. From gorgeous beaches to beautiful and mysterious forests, there is a lot to see other than theme parks and other family-friendly attractions. There are also some great man-made places that have had a big impact in the past, and that are still very relevant today. One example is St. Augustine, one of the oldest cities in the continental United States. Today we are going to take a quick look around this wonderful place. We hope you will enjoy this photo-gallery:

The entire city certainly shows the European influence in the style of the buildings:

Truly beautiful architecture:

The great Flagler College:

The main street of St. Augustine, St. George Street:

This place sold some really good sweet items:

More historic buildings:

This was a truly beautiful-looking restaurant, especially inside:

One of the town's trolleys:

There are a lot of themed restaurants around the main street:

The oldest wooden school in the United States:

The Castillo de San Marcos:

We will soon post a separate photo-gallery of the city's museum dedicated to pirates: well as some photos of the great Ripley's museum of St. Augustine:

That is all for now! See you very soon with more photo-updates and news in the next few hours.


  1. That was great!
    I love seeing pictures of other attractions of Florida.
    Thank you so much.

  2. Wow, I had no idea! Now I want to visit. :)

  3. i cant recommend going here enough. In the summer of 2011 my family and I were on our trip to orlando and every year we try to something different well this time we found a compnay who left from international drive and drove you there and back. We had an amazing time the town was lovely and the people so friendly. We did the sightseeing tour and visited the collage and the fort. It was also nice to go somewhere were at the the time prices were decent. We paid a dollar 1.25 for water compared to the prices in orlando.It was nice to get a break from the hussle and bussle of orlando and the parks. We loved it so much that this summer we will be spending a one night stay here. I look forward to more updates for more ideas of what to do next

  4. Wow... this really peeked my interest. We must plan a trip there some time. Thanks for the great photos from other areas of Florida.


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