Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Plan a Romantic Getaway to St. Augustine!

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of St Augustine, Ponte Vedra & The Beaches, Florida. All opinions are 100% mine.

I'm dreaming of another vacation. One place that I was doing some research on is St. Augustine.This place looks absolutely amazing. Florida is one of my favorite places to visit. And St. Augustine looks like a totally different experience then I've ever had. It would really be perfect for a romantic getaway.

St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra and the Beaches, Florida is a getaway unlike any other. There you will find brick streets, that lead to historic churches, living history museums, antiques stores, charming restaurants and B&Bs, and shops. A centuries-old fort stands guard, horse-drawn carriages clip-clop through the historic district, and ghost tours show you the area’s secrets.

There are so many great attractions to see in St. Augustine. Such as some great historical sites and muesuems. Including:  At The Oldest House (enshrined as a National Historic Landmark dating from the early 1600s), The Authentic Old Jail, and the Dow Musuem of Historic Houses. There is also some very nice beaches and natural attractions to see. There is great fishing, beaches, and great places for birders.

Right now there are a lot of great deals to plan your vacation to St. Augustine. Visit the website to see what they have to offer. There are many hotels and bed & breakfast places where you could stay. Such as Carriage Way Bed & Breakfast. From $99, you will be able to stay at a Victorian Style Inn, located in the heart of St. Augustine. Another hotel that looks fabulous, that I would really love to stay at is the St. George Inn. Starting at $119, this intimate Euro-style hotel is close to St. Augustine's historical district, shops, dining and attractions.

My itinerary for a trip to St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra and the Beaches :

The Oldest House

Fishing the Old City

And doing some birding:

So visit to start planning your dream vacation to St. Augustine.
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1 comment:

  1. I grew up near St. Augustine and remember our school going on field trips there.
    We visited the old Fort and the Old Jail House.

    I would like to visit St. Augustine again and explore it from an adults viewpoint. It would be fun to spend a week there, exploring the town and eating some tasty seafood.

    Thank you for your review.