March 23, 2013

Castillo de San Marcos, standing strong - Photo by Keith Ladage

I think many of us have a tendency to think that American history begins with the Pilgrims and Jamestown. We sometimes forget that a whole lot of action was taking place in the southeast portion of the United States, in particular St. Augustine. It is worthwhile to visit and immerse yourself for a couple hours […]

Old Town Trolley, the way to see St. Augustine - Photo by Keith Ladage

The best way to see the city of St. Augustine is by a ride on Old Town Trolley. Once you have the ticket then you can select where you want to go and hop on and hop off. When traveling to the Oldest City in the continental US, we parked the car and headed out […]

Living it up at Meehans!

When I look back on a trip, one of the things I remember most is where we ate and the atmosphere created by the places we stopped at. Meehans Irish Pub & Seafood House has created a wonderful environment that reaches out and beckons visitors to come in and enjoy. What part of the restaurant […]

St. Francis Inn, It's all about the food

Besides being the oldest Inn in America, I had to gush about the food at the St. Francis Inn. Every morning when we stayed there this past February there was a gourmet breakfast, homeade desserts at dinner and more! Check it out at!

                                  St. Augustine's St. Francis Inn,  a great place to stay!

On a recent trip to St. Augustine my husband Keith and I had the pleasure of staying at the beautiful St. Francis Inn that has the distinction of being the oldest inn in America. How cool is it to be staying in the oldest city in the US, at the oldest Inn around the corner […]