In December we take an annual trek to re-connect with our Nation's oldest continuous settlement. And... to add to the beauty of the original buildings and coquina rock formations and the Bridge of Lions, The Lightner Collection of Collections, the Cathedral of St. Augustine and the incredible Flagler College they deck them out in white lights for a spectacular viewing opportunity. To view this years daytrip on December 12th visit www.dayawaytravelclub.com and then hit current schedule!
Prince of Wales
Tuck into a plate of crispy fish
and chips and lift a pint of ale
at this British pub run by
expat Tony Woodward and his
Order only one entree;
the servings are enormous.
Just save a wee bit of appetite
for the Sticky Toffee Pudding.
54 Cuna Street
Source: Southern Living
Views of a 208 foot high cross marks the site of the first Catholic
mass held in the New World in 1565 and the Lighthouse.
The 1905 Salad at the Colombia
Restaurant and hot cuban bread!
The Colombia Restaurant since 1905
Platanos, Yellow Rice, etc… Their famous 1905 Salad
Arroz con Pollo with Platanos! Many Choices note the flan!
A New Orleans style Restaurant
Hooked on Harry’s Seafood Bar
Castillo De San Marcos
Construction started in 1672
Native Coquina Stone was used
for the structure of the fort!
The Cathedral of Saint Augustine and
all 4’8” of Juan Ponce Deleon!
Flagler College is the former Ponce
Flagler College was once the Hotel
Ponce De Leon and a showplace!
Henry Morrison Flagler
• “Do things, not that you may be rich, but that
you may be useful”
• “I have always been contented, but I have
never been satisfied”
• “Miami will never be more than a fishing
village for my hotel guests”
• “There is nothing to compete with Florida
Oranges but Florida Oranges”
Flagler Presbyterian Church and
Flagler’s Third Wife Mary Lily Kenan
She was 24 and he was 70!