Per the Internet – The best time to visit St. Augustine is between March and May. During this time, you’ll find fewer people, comfortable temperatures and low hotel and airfare rates. Crowds are typically at their largest from June to August, while temperatures can drop into the 40s between December and February. [So, we are going in the Spring! Mark]
Concept – GatorMOG Spring Noggin – Long weekend. Drive Up on May 6th (Friday) and May 7th (Saturday), Drive home on May 8th (Sunday.)
Hotel – 29 Cuna Street, Agustin Inn (B&B) https://agustininn.com/ 29 Cuna Street, St Augustine, FL 32084. Local: (904) 823-9559, Toll Free: (800) 248-7846
We have a block of rooms being held under the group code of ‘Morgan.’ If you are participating, you need to make your own reservations and select a room appropriate for you. The block of rooms will only be held until 6 April, and then they will be released. If you wait too long, your choices of room types may be limited. (They have several types of rooms available.)
- Breakfast Provided by B&B
- Parking Available Down the Street
- Walk to Historic District for Shopping
- Walk to Dinner at Columbia and Michaels Restaurants
Central Florida participants drive Friday to St Augustine via Back Roads. ~2-2.5 Hours. Southern, Northern or Western Florida folks are on their own.
Lunch – Friday (6 May) when we get there. We can eat, park, go shopping or nap or whatever else we want! FYI, several British Pubs in the area!
Dinner – Friday Night (6 May) – Columbia Restaurant http://www.columbiarestaurant.com (98 St George St. (904) 824-3341) Reservation in Andrea’s name, at 6PM.
Breakfast – B&B – Shopping and site seeing on Saturday
Dinner – Saturday Night (7 May) – Catch 27, 40 Charlotte St. (Between Cuna St and Hypolita St), St. Augustine, FL 32084. Reservation in Andrea Braunstein’s name at 6PM.
Breakfast – B&B – Drive Home on Sunday (8 May) Morning