Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Traveling to Saint Augustine

When hubby and I arrived Saint Augustine, Florida, I was just blown away with the historical importance of this place. There are so much to see in this place besides the beautiful beaches. You will be amazed with the Castillo de San Marcos, Lightner Museum, learn the legacy of the huge Flagler College. This was built in 1887 by Henry Flagler and listed as a National Historic Landmark with a Spanish Renaissance Architecture.You can also check out the wax museum, the lighthouse, alligator farm and ride the trolley. We had a funny experience there because when we roam the old buildings of the Old City, we made a wrong turn and we are lost. It was already 9 PM and there's no one around but us. Huge Oak Trees and houses as if no one was there. Anyway, we managed to walked towards the big building and all of a sudden, we are inside Flagler College.We finally saw two security guards and asked where we are and if by chance, they can give us the direction towards the parking lot. Sure did! Just two turns and we are back to the crowded place. I suggest, you should bring a map in the Old Town, it's Free in the hotel lobby. Familiarized the place so, you will enjoy your sight seeing.

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