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Blogger Writes About His Stay

Joe Finnegan, Owner of St. Francis Inn Compare how you have spent a day in St. Augustine with Jim DeLillo’s tale of his own day in our Old City…. Have you: Taken an EcoTour? Stayed at a haunted B&B? Tried a chocolate-dipped Datil Pepper? Watched a live musket-firing? Eaten at the Taberna Del Caballo? Read

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A Memorable Wildlife Tour

My long-time girlfriend Bonnie, who lives in St. Petersburg, visits me every 4th of July. Sometimes we watch the fireworks. We always hit the Outlet Mall Sales, and shop downtown St. Augustine. This year we wanted to do something different. So I booked a Dolphin, Birding, & Nature Tour with St. Augustine EcoTours. Owner Zach

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Historic Tovar House Gets a Second Look

Historic Tovar House gets a second look | StAugustine.com Next to the Oldest House resides the Tovar House – just a block or so from the St. Francis Inn.  For the next 3 weeks archeologists will be working at the Tovar House and you will be able to watch through the gates that separate it

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Celebrate a Birthday and Our Anniversary!

Celebrate St. Augustine’s 450th Birthday – The St. Francis Inn is a great place to stay during the 450th Birthday! We are a short walk from all the downtown music venues and a quiet oasis when you need it. What are you doing Labor Day Weekend 2015? St. Francis Inn is also celebrating, on this

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Anyone Hungry?

Tapas at the Taberna Caballo at the Colonial Quarter (photo by Cosmos Mariner) After Natalie stayed with us we shared her blog posting about things to do in St. Augustine.  Now, just in time for lunch, we have her blog “Eating Your Way Through St. Augustine”… Enjoy!

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Excavation Project Near St Francis Inn

EXCAVATION PROJECT JOSE TOVAR HOUSE On July 6 the St. Augustine Historical Society will begin an excavation project to investigate the construction of  the Jose Tovar House at 22 St. Francis St.  (just down the street from the St. Francis Inn). Archaeologist Kathleen Deagan, historic preservation architect Herschel Shepard and historian Susan Parker serve as

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