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1 of 1 results for St. Augustine offers travelers with the most sought after St. Augustine vacation rental deals. Historic sites, eclectic cuisine, famous bakeries, marvelous antiquing and art galleries galore. St. Augustine has all this and so much more. Here, you can experience living history at Colonial Spanish Quarter, take an entertaining “ghost tour” or a romantic horse-and-carriage ride, and climb the 219 steps of the St. Augustine Lighthouse for a panoramic view of the city below. Our St. Augustine vacation properties are located near top attractions, restaurants and offer travelers a plethora of awesome memories.

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Theres more to do than just golf when you vacation at Grande Villas at World Golf Village. This St. Augustine, Florida resort is the perfect place for a game of tennis, volleyball or even shooting some hoops on the basketball court. When it heats up under the Florida sun, take a dip in the resort's sparkling pool which is heated to just the right temperature year-round.
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"Founded in 1565 by Spanish explorers, St. Augustine is the nation's oldest city and has a wealth of historic buildings and attractions. In addition to the historic sites on the mainland, the city has 43 mi of beaches on two barrier islands to the east, both reachable by causeways. Several times a year St. Augustine holds historic reenactments, such as December's Grand Christmas Illumination, which commemorates the town's British occupation. The core of any visit is a tour of the historic district, a showcase for more than 60 historic sites and attractions, plus 144 blocks of houses listed on the National Register of Historic Places. You could probably spend several weeks exploring these treasures, but don't neglect other, generally newer, attractions found elsewhere in town."

As the nation's oldest city, St. Augustine has long been known for it's rich history. Add to that our diverse entertainment and attractions, and you've got a romantic getaway or endless fun for the entire family. Find fabulous hotels, campsites, and other unique places to stay. Or enjoy a secluded bed & breakfast in the historic district. Taste delicious and unique foods at a variety of fine dining, casual, outdoor, and waterfront restaurants. Land great gifts at our intriguing shops along St. George Street and at the outlet malls. Thrill the kid in you with our ghost tours and family attractions. Explore the Castillo de San Marcos, the old Spanish fort. All the exciting attractions in St. Augustine, Florida will keep you coming back for more.

At the Casa Monica Hotel, dining is celebrated as an art form. 95 Cordova features New World, Middle Eastern and Asian flavors. The menu of seasonally inspired menus is enjoyed among lavish antiques, exotic silk fabric and hand-painted 24-karat gold ceilings.
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St. Augustine’s most innovative gallery experience where you can enjoy browsing while nibbling and sipping on an extensive selection of wine, sangria, beer, and elegant appetizers, light entrées, and desserts. Located on historic Aviles Street, Cellar 6 features an upscale atmosphere and relaxing setting for aficionados of the finer things in life: art, wine, and good food.
Welcome to Claude's Chocolate, a glamorous confection that we make in historic St. Augustine, Florida from the purest chocolate and ingredients free of artificial flavors and preservatives. We enjoy serving our guests only the finest confections crafted by hand in small quantities. Our chocolates are a delight to the eye and filled with the fresh, deep aroma of Belcolade Belgian chocolate. Step inside our small European-inspired specialty shop for a visit to our sinfully luscious and exotic varieties of bon bon, signature hot chocolate, seasonal yummy surprises and uniquely designed chocolate gifts. Let us tell you about Claude's special creations of the day as you sample a favorite. We love sharing flawless little mouthfuls of Heaven!
A new addition to the St. Augustine dining scene is Collage Restaurant. In the location of the former La Parisienne restaurant, Mike Hyatt and Cindy Stangby have transformed this quaint French restaurant into a world class dining establishment. After taking over the restaurant in September of 2006, they have upgraded the menu by including dishes from all over the world. In February of 2007 it was time to make the name change to Collage – artful global dining. The menu has an eclectic flavor with emphasis on fresh local seafood, steaks and much more. You never know what country will be represented but you can be assured that the ingredients are fresh and well prepared. So if you are in the mood for something new and different, stop in and let their professional staff treat you to a meal that is out of this world or at least from a small part of it.
For dinner, the exquisite Columbia Restaurant in St. Augustine features marvelous Spanish cuisine. The century-old establishment first opened in Tampa by Casimiro Hernandez Sr. and then five subsequent restaurants were created. The award-winning cuisine is set in an atmosphere of beautifully Spanish designed rooms, such as the indoor patio dining room. The restaurant's tapas, such as the scallops "Casimiro" are colossal fresh scallops baked in clay casserole with butter and topped with seasoned breadcrumbs and white wine; the dish is fantastic. In addition, Columbia's signature salad, the Original "1905" Salad, is mixed tableside with gems of julienne of bake ham, olives, cheeses and a special garlic recipe. And, for entrees, the Paella Campesina is a luscious combination of Valencia rice with tender bits of beef, pork chicken and chorizo. Positively Entertainment and Dining - March 2008
Overlooking the city Yacht Marina and the Historic Bridge of Lions, O.C. White's has a history dating back to 1790, originally constructed by Don Miguel YsNardy, a prominent St. Augustinian. Enjoy mouth-watering, fresh Maryland Blue Crab Cakes, to Bruchetta, to a Florida style Bucket O' Steamers. Top it off with one of our frozen specialty drinks such as a Banana Caban, Captivating Coladas or traditional Margarita.
Just a short pelican glide south of St. Augustine Beach, you'll find Saltwater Cowboys perched above wildlife-laden salt marshes flanking the Intracoastal Waterway. A very popular mainstay of the First Coast's restaurant scene for over 35 years, Cowboy's present owners have been serving up their own brand of fresh seafood, BBQ ribs, chicken, steaks, gator tail and frog legs to locals and tourists alike for 31 years.
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