Visiting St. Augustine, FL has been on my bucket list for quite some time, and I finally got the chance to explore this wonderful city.
I was there for just a weekend, and there's so much to do and see that I'm already planning to return. Below, some highlights of the trip:
St George St, a pedestrian only street full of restaurants, shops, art galleries and tourist attractions.
The Oldest Wooden School House; such a charming look into the past.
Lunch at Columbia; amazing Spanish food. I had gambas al ajillo and tortilla espanola.
If St. Augustine is delightful during the daytime, at night is simply magical. I was incredibly lucky and was there during the Nights of Lights, which is a festival were the city puts up the Holiday Lights. The whole town looks like out of a fairy tale.
I've read great reviews of Crucial Coffee, in Charlotte St, and I wanted to check it out. This is probably the cutest coffee shop I've ever been too.
I had to visit the Oldest House, built in the 16th century. It was so interesting to see how people lived back in the day.
It truly was a weekend to remember and if you have to chance to visit, please do. You won't regret it!
Images: Monica Aguinaga
Shot with a Canon T3i/50mm 1.4 lens
Edited in Lightroom with the Limelight Collection.