Is this place handicap accessible?
Coming for 5 days in may and bringing my well behaved mutt. Found a great place to stay in St. augustine Beach and was wondering if any one could point me to any recommended pet friendly restaurants and also are there any stretches of beach in the area that allow off leach dogs
We have been to St. Augustine several times and have always wanted to visit the oldest Methodist Church there, but it has been closed to visitors. We will be there again on April 22 for a few days and wondered if it is now open. Robert Sharpe / firstname.lastname@example.org
We have been in St. Augustine several times and have tried to go to the oldest Methodist Church there, but it always seems to be closed. We will be coming to St. Augustine again on April 22 through April 25. Will be able to see it them
My family is planning to come to the area in July. We originally wanted to go to the panhandle but are worried about the June grass, which was terrible last time we were there. We have never been to St. Augustine, and although some us are very interested in the history and the Old City, most would prefer to rent a house at the beach. There are 4 adults and 4 teenagers. I have read that some of the beaches are shelly, not sandy. Which is the best beach area, and also any rental advice (not terribly expensive) would be appreciated.
Hello, my girl and I are coming to St. Augustine in a few weeks and I am trying to find a good place that has dancing (club, hip hop, etc) but no stringent dress code. Are there any spots perhaps around the beach where daisy dukes are welcome? lol
Thinking of spending the night in St. Augustine on Christmas Eve since it's just the Hubby and I and it gets pretty boring at home by ourselves. Will there be shops and restaurants open then?
Hi We will be arriving in St. A on Fri 11/2/12. I'd like a reasonably priced, clean hotel near the Historic areaa. If that's not doable, what is the parking situation on Saturday. We'd like to spend the day as tourists before leaving Sat. evening.
I will be traveling alone with my 13 yr old daughter, we will be in Florida the end of next week and decided based on pics on internet to spend a few days (Sun - Wed) in St Augustine. We love the beach, flea markets, resale antique shops and shopping and want to stay somewhere close to both shopping and beach, we are on a budget, so where would be a great safe place area to look for a hotel if we have to choose we would choose closest to beach!? Also any places fun we should not miss? Ive seen Conch house has you eat in a treehouse, we are going to travel toward Jacksonville to take ferry across to Singletons seafood house WE LOVE and have been to before, but any advice would be great!
Hi Thanks for the tips. What can I expect in regards to weather. I have a choice of near Castillo De San Marcos National Monument or near San Andreas Park. Can I walk into town from the park? Thanks for any additional info John
OUR THE RESTARAUNTS CLOSING ON CHRISTMAS DAY? ITS MY BIRTHDAY AND SO MANY PLACES WILL BE CLOSED?
How late will the shops be open on St. George Street on Christmas Eve?
Hi all, We hope to visit in early Nov. Am looking for challenging golf for husband,interesting kayak and sailing trips for 23 yr.old daughter and myself , along with clean yoga studios. Thanks in advance! Nancy
Hello, We are coming to St. Augustine, from Maryland, for a few days before heading to Orlando at the end of September. We will be staying 3 nights in St. Augustine Beach. We will be heading to the beach for 1-2 days, but we are going to spend 1 day “sight seeing.” I am hoping that we can visit something that is historic and/or educational for our children (ages 9, 7 and 3) since they will be missing a week and a half of school for our vacation. Do you have any suggestions of “must do’s?” Thanks so much!
Coming to St. Augustine soon for a romantic getaway with the hubby. I'd love some recommendations on a good place to stay, somewhere where we'd not have to drive much to get places. We love to walk everywhere while vacationing, nothing beats it for getting the real feel of a new place:) We also heard that there is a restaurant where you can dine in a treehouse type thing, any info on that? Thanks everyone!
Visiting in January, kindly tell me the admission cost and times open
On weekdays, how late are the stores open?
I am from Ocala and am a Great Fan of the Bilge Rats that perform there. Can you tell me when they will return or how I can get a copy of their schedule ? Thankyou, Steve
I am looking for pet friendly oceanfront accomodations
I know it seems like an odd question, but I'm proposing next weekend and I'd like to take her to a restaurant afterward that makes jewelry look good. Some of you will know what I'm talking about. Usually track lighting or can lighting will make jewelry sparkle extra. Anyone know a restaurant like that in Saint Augustine?
Me and my sister are going on vacation to St. Augustine beach and im trying to find some kind of dancing nightclub so far everything i've found on here are Pubs and resturaunts but im looking for somewhere to get drunk and dance is there anything like that in St. Augustine or atleast in a city near it???
I have a set of Nikko stoneware that I purchased 20+ years ago. From time to time, though not for at least the past 7 years, I was able to purchase additional pieces of the same stoneware at a shop on St George St in St Augustine. The pattern that I have is solid white in an octagonal pattern. The store also had other colors and Christmas dishes in the same pattern. Is that store still in St Augustine? How do I contact their website?
How much are the tours and do you go up in prices over the Holidays ? Thanks
There a alittle shop that I think starts with a c..maybe cigar or something..It has a cologne that im looking for called royal violets made by Augstin Reyes .., the shop has a spanish name im sure..it looks like ci something..The cologne is cuban..Do you have any idea what the name of that shop is?It looks like its in one of those old houses...thanks
What buses do go to St Augustine from Jacksonville and from where?
I went to St Augustine 2 months ago and stopped by a genealogy store on a believe St George St (in historic downtown). I bought a stein with my family crest and was to have it mailed to me. Well ive lost the recipe and havent recieved my abit pricey glass. I am looking for the name of the store or a phone number.. Any help??
I know this is a shot in the dark, but I was in a shop on St. George street recently and I need the name/number for it. This is all I remember: Its on the right (maybe 1/3 of the way in -?) as you enter from Cathedral Pl. Its a gift shop, where I bought a small "hippie" bag and I remember there being other novelty bags. 1 or 2 stores down (on the same side and down a hallway) was tiny cigar shop and a new age magic shop. There was a bench near the entrance. If anyone knows the name of this gift shop I will be forever indebted. I'm kicking myself for not buying a particular item.... Thanks a ton!
Hello VT members. I want your advice on a driving route. Our family is driving down I-95 from PA and will spend a day and overnight Friday in St Augustine. We will end up in Orlando to check in Saturday night. Is it a good idea to take 1A down to Daytona Beach then get I-4 over to Orlando. I am sure it will take twice as long as I95 but thought it would be scenic and memorable. Maybe stopping along way to walk out on beach if possible. Specifically, will I have to pay tolls to get down to Daytona at bridges and State Parks? How many? Should I do it? Jim
Where is the location-(address)of the first Historic Catholic Church built by the Spanish ? What is the name of this Church?
I went to St George Street many many year ago. I am returning next week and would like to know if the shop with all the Irish merchandise is still there and what the name of the shop is. thanks.....Pat