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Old 28 Jun 20, 12:40 PM  
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Have a look at the independently owned St. Francis Inn (B&B), it is a few years since we stayed there and we loved it. Central to everything and the hop on/hop off tour trolley tram is a must.
This is the one I have booked last night for 2 night so thanks for this as it was hard to choose one to stay in.
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Old 29 Jun 20, 10:04 PM  
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I am sure you will enjoy it there, we found it to be quite a unique experience for all the right reasons.
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Old 29 Jun 20, 10:23 PM  
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We did a non theme park trip a few years ago (apart from 1 day at magic kingdom and 1 at blizzard beach), we went to St Augustine but just as a day trip - bitterly regretted not staying over as there was so much to see and do, we also did De Leon and Blue Springs State Parks, 3 nights at Key West, Bravard Country zoo (brilliant), clearwater,
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We did a non theme park trip a few years ago (apart from 1 day at magic kingdom and 1 at blizzard beach), we went to St Augustine but just as a day trip - bitterly regretted not staying over as there was so much to see and do, we also did De Leon and Blue Springs State Parks, 3 nights at Key West, Bravard Country zoo (brilliant), clearwater,
Thanks for this Sam7 as so far I have 3 days planned in St Augustine and 1 day at Kennedy Space Centre, and was planning a couple of visits to State Parks and Blue Springs is one of them and we are planning another overnight visit to oppostive coast just not decided yet. The only Disney I have planned is Disney Springs and maybe a game of Mini-golf.
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We've been to St Ag a few times, both for day trips and stopover of 2 nights/3 days and found it to be plenty of time. As it is compact it is easy to walk, but getting tickets for the Old Town Trolley (trolleytours/st-augustine) is a good investment as this allows you unlimited travel so you can do a full loop and/or a hop on/off. Great for seeing the sights and getting back to somewhere if you need.

Nice places to eat and great coffee at the St Augustine Coffee House just off St George Street at the City Gate end.
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We've been to St Ag a few times, both for day trips and stopover of 2 nights/3 days and found it to be plenty of time. As it is compact it is easy to walk, but getting tickets for the Old Town Trolley (trolleytours/st-augustine) is a good investment as this allows you unlimited travel so you can do a full loop and/or a hop on/off. Great for seeing the sights and getting back to somewhere if you need.

Nice places to eat and great coffee at the St Augustine Coffee House just off St George Street at the City Gate end.
Thank you for this as I have just been looking at the route map for the Old Town Trolley, and also had not even though about places to eat yet.
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We went to st augustine on our last trip. We also stopped off a Flagler beach. Was fantastic with its own pier
Spent the afternoon watching the people fish and people in the sea surfing.
Then a squadron of pelicans flew overhead.
Wouldnt mind staying there for a few days
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As we live on the coast at Lytham St. Anne's we always try and get to the sea when on holiday.

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We went to st augustine on our last trip. We also stopped off a Flagler beach. Was suberb with its own pier
Spent the afternoon watching the people fish and people in the sea surfing.
Then a squadron of pelicans flew overhead.
Wouldnt mind staying there for a few days
Take a look
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Love Flagler Beach, our favourite beach to stay at. Hope you added your name and country of origin to the blackboard on the pier. We made a friend for life when they saw we had written UK. Plenty of great eateries and a good sandwich place Beach Belly Bobs and a Mexican shack site worth a visit
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