Friday, July 1, 2011
Other attractions include the historic district filled with small homes and shops demonstrating how things were done in the 17th century. There is also an Alligator Farm (and zoo) for those that like things a little on the dangerous side. My favorite, and the reason I went to St. Augustine, was the Castillo de San Marcos. This spanish fort (seen above) was built in 1672 to protect Spains interest in the new world. It is the only surviving 17th century fort in North America.
Best of all, all of the attractions (except the Alligator Farm) are located within a 5 block radius of each other. Makes for an easy day of exploring.
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Posted by GStotts at 10:36 AM