Quality Inn Saint Augustine

2310 State Road 16 & I-95, (formerly Express Inn), Saint Augustine, FL 32084
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85%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
26%
31
Very Good
45%
54
Average
14%
17
Poor
9%
11
Terrible
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6

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  • Families68
  • Couples66
  • Solo90
  • Business76

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Christmas in St. Augustine

by Melissa02909

HI! We go to St. Augustine usually once or twice a year. We just came back from a wonderful trip in September. We are planning another trip christmas week. We were wondering if there are any good restaurants open on christmas. We are staying at the St. George Inn on St. George St. and will have a car.

Melissa

Re: Christmas in St. Augustine

by seematt

Load of restaurants will be open. Usually in the weekend before's Compass section (Friday) the restaurants will take out ads with their specials listed.

Re: Christmas in St. Augustine

by davecallahan

A1A Ale House on King Street
Harry's Seafood on Avenida Menendez
Old City House Inn on Cordova Street
Athena Restaurant on Cathedral Place
tons of others all in walking distance of George Street
or drive across the Lions Bridge to the Conch House or OSteens Restaurant

you will find one that you like if you try enough of them....

Travel Tips for Saint Augustine

Elegance in poured concrete.

by Espresso_girl

Ah poured concrete the answer to all Flagler’s fondest dreams. St. Augustine is the oldest continually occupied European type city in the United States. It was founded in 1567 by the Spanish –burned , rebuilt, burned, rebuilt, burned rebuilt …..and much later rebuilt in poured concrete. This tip is not finished ,I have been offered free dinner in Cocoa Village so I must go.

MM 776.8 Conch House Resort and Marina

by grandmaR

I have not stayed at this marina. I've just seen it when we come down the ICW. It looks like you'd need a car to get from the marina to the city on land. Bob has refused to consider it because he would have difficulty getting to the marine consignment shop in town. But two sets of friends of ours on boats like ours have stayed there and liked it very well. The book I have says the rates are $1.45/ft ($2.50/ft on holidays) and the electricity is $7.00/ night for 30 amp plus extra for cable. This seems high to me - probably reflects the resort status Their website says: Our Marina features 30 & 50 amp service, cable T.V., 24 hour security, laundry and shower facilities, swimming pool, charter fishing fleet, 20 unit motel, ship's store, and an award winning restaurant and lounge. All this and only 3000 feet to the inlet and Intracoastal Waterway.

Lincolnville Historic District, St. Augustine

by Ewingjr98

St. Augustine's Lincolnville Historic District is a historically black neighborhood just south of downtown, and it has close ties to the city's African American history. This area was founded in 1866 by former slaves, who eventually established a busy commercial district along Washington Street. Lincolnville has a number of historic sites such as Yahalla Plantation (c. 1800), and it boasts the largest concentration of Victorian houses in St. Augustine.

In 1963, as the Civil Rights Movement sprung up across America, St. Augustine saw its share of protests and meetings arise from Lincolnville's community. In 1963 many local blacks staged a sit in at a local diner leading to several arrests, then later that year a KKK rally turned violent. In 1964 the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. arrived in town to rally the black community. Neighborhood churches such as St. Mary's Missionary Baptist Church (Washington Street) and St. Paul's AME Church (M.L. King Avenue) were meeting places for Civil Rights groups. Eventually nightly marches, protests, and conflict, broadcast on American news, helped force the passage the the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964.

We arrived via the sturdy 91...

by richiecdisc

We arrived via the sturdy 91 Honda Civic that has driven past St. Augustine some twenty times before deciding to drop on in....;)
It's a relatively small town so you can easily explore it on foot but there is the ubiquitous trolley tour the every quaint town seems to have nowadays. Here it is passing by Flager College which was originally a hotel built in 1888 by Henry Flager.

Where are the Gators?

by hotsauce28 about Saltwater Cowboys

This place suits it's name perfectly! An old fishing cabin set on the marshes, you'd expect to see some gators and an old cowboy singing the blues. No gators but the jazzy blue-sy music in the place sets the ambiance.

Decorated with aligator skin and stuffed possum, very cute in a creepy sort of way!

Josh, our waiter was super friendly and the service was fantastic! I had the jambalya and oyster (oh god, those oysters were DELICIOUS!) but i also sampled the cucumber fish and blackened fish. Everything was yummy so I highly recommend that you take a few friends you you can eat off their plates!

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 Quality Inn Saint Augustine

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Address: 2310 State Road 16 & I-95, (formerly Express Inn), Saint Augustine, FL 32084