Saturday, June 28, 2008

St. Augustine, Florida - Part Thirteen


We conclude today our series on the beautiful old city of St. Augustine, Florida.
This view was taken looking south down St. George Street in the heart of the historic district. The centerpiece of a magnificent district of reconstructed and restored colonial structures, St. George Street offers visitors the opportunity to stroll through St. Augustine much as it appeared three hundred years ago.
The district features shops, cafes, restaurants, museums, a living history village, original Spanish architecture and an incredible old world setting. It is within easy walking district of the Castillo de San Marcos, the Plaza de la Constitucion and other key heritage attractions in St. Augustine.
To learn more about St. Augustine, Florida, please visit www.exploresouthernhistory.com/staugustine1.

2 comments:

Moultrie Creek said...

Great job, Dale. I really enjoyed this series - and all your Southern history articles. This is one of my favorite subscriptions in my newsreader.

Dale said...

Thank you very much for the kind words. I just do it all for fun and to keep my mind active.