St. Augustine, Florida

During our Spring Break we did a lot amazing things. One of them was a trip to the city called St. Augustine. The City of St. Augustine is considered as the oldest city in the United States of America. It was founded in September 1565 by Spanish colonists and it is truly beautiful. It was for the first time when I was walking in the city in the U.S. and I felt like was in Europe – Spain to be more specific.

I think that the city was brilliant. It is located in the northern part of the Florida, so the climate is optimal. The downtown is full of history and local restaurants. The city is very close to the beach. In the other words, St. Augustine is just gorgeous. It is definitely a highlight of our Spring Break, because it city was very original. Also, friends of one of our friends from Hope College took us on a boat, so we saw St. Augustine from the sea point of view and it was just like some southern Spanish or Italian city. If you travel north Florida you must visit St. Augustine because it is must visit city.

The coast at St. Augustine.
The coast at St. Augustine.
This historic building is in the center of the St. Augustine and it is part of the Flagler College.
This historic building is in the center of the St. Augustine and it is part of the Flagler College.
St. Augustine from the boat.
St. Augustine from the boat.

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