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Ghost tours in St. Augustine

Ghost Tours in St. Augustine

The ghost tours in St. Augustine are some of the best tours in the country and a big reason is that this historic town has over 450 years of accumulated experiences and stories to tell! These guided walking (and some riding) paranormal tours take you to the most haunted buildings and sites in St. Augustine.

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Visit the st. Augustine lighthouse

Visit the St. Augustine Lighthouse

The St. Augustine Lighthouse is a must-see on a visit to the nation’s oldest city! This private non-profit serves as an educational maritime museum today and played an important role in the history of St. Augustine. A part of the nation’s oldest port, the St. Augustine Lighthouse has played a part in many eras of

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Fort Matanzas St. Augustine

Visit Fort Matanzas Near St. Augustine

Historic Fort Matanzas is an amazing National Monument located 15 miles south of St. Augustine. This remnant of Florida’s past was first built in 1742 to defend the city against British attack. The fort itself is accessible only by ferry both of which are free of admission. This is a great escape for a day

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St. Augustine winery

The Best St. Augustine Winery

When it comes to the best St. Augustine winery no one has the market cornered quite like The San Sebastian Winery! Just a few blocks away from the heart of the historic downtown this popular St. Augustine attraction, located in an old railway building full of character and historic charm, is one of Florida’s top

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Horse carriage on cobblestone paved Aviles Street

Your Saint Augustine Vacation Headquarters

Casa de Suenos Bed & Breakfast is in the historic Old City section of Saint Augustine Florida. Many historic sites, restaurants, churches, shops, museums, galleries, and other points of interest are within walking distance. It is easy to catch a step-on-and-off trolley to tour the ancient city too. For a touch of romance, board a

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schooner freedom

Enhancing the Bed and Breakfast Experience

Casa de Suenos Bed & Breakfast offers many packages and specials which will make your visit extra-special. Our choices include special activities, indulgences, celebrations, keepsakes, tours, and other unique “freebies” and “add-ons.” We make all the arrangements, you have all the fun! Join a ghost tour, have a getaway at the beach, enjoy chocolates, champagne

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A romantic horse buggy tour

The Ultimate Bed and Breakfast Indulgence

Your stay at Casa de Suenos Bed & Breakfast is the ideal opportunity to indulge yourself! We pamper all guests with comfort, and you can select a room with a whirlpool tub or a private balcony. Our ‘ala carte extras’ allow you to enhance your experience, adding romantic touches such as chocolate-dipped strawberries and champagne,

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Couple on their private room balcony

Your Own Private Balcony

Three of the second-floor guest rooms at Casa de Suenos feature private balconies, a feature of the Bed & Breakfast’s distinctive Spanish-style architecture. Treat yourself to breakfast served on your balcony, slowly starting your day wrapped the plush terry robes provided in your room. Listen to the rustling palm trees and hear the clop-clop of

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Monthly First Friday Art Walk in St. Augustine

Around St. Augustine March 29 Edition

One of the many wonderful things about St. Augustine is that there is always something to do – and this upcoming weekend is no exception….. Thursday, March 30 Last Thursday – Lightner After Hours Kick off the weekend in style in the Lightner Museum’s Grand Ballroom Gallery for this monthly social. The Lightner Museum hosts

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St. Augustine Amphitheater

Rock On – Music Scene in St. Augustine

St. Augustine has long been home to an amazing arts scene – music, theater, art, you name it. And the St. Augustine Amphitheater is the place to be for big name band appearances. The St. Augustine Amphitheatre was built in 1965 to commemorate St. Augustine’s 400th Anniversary as our nation’s oldest permanent European settlement. The 16-acre

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