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Along Florida's Historic Coast, history comes alive in red-brick lanes leading to centuries-old churches, in forts where soldiers still walk the grounds, and on horse-drawn carriage rides through time. Head just out of town and back to nature along 42 miles of pristine Atlantic beaches. Bring your clubs and hit the links - numerous championship golf courses await. Or bring your sweetie and get caught up in the area's timeless romance.

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Red Couch Chronicles: Gators and Crocs Oh My!

Red Couch Chronicles: Gators and Crocs Oh My!

On a visit to St. Augustine's famous Alligator Farm Zoological Park, three young ladies find that being a red couch potato is definitely good for their health! Just another adventure on Florida's Historic Coast where our history is not the same old story.

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Red Couch Chronicles: German Spies!...

A young couple's fun-filled escapade on Ponte Vedra Beach is interrupted by a tale of potentially-deadly espionage that took place on the same beach in 1942. A shocking story -- but it only adds a little hint of sweet apple strudel to another beautiful day on Florida's Historic Coast where our history is not the same old story.

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Red Couch Chronicles: Dolphins Dabble -- In Art!...

Abstract masterpieces -- created by dolphins? You betcha! Plus, the red couch adds a distinct "perspective" on this art form created at Marineland's Dolphin Conservation Center. On Florida's Historic Coast, our history is not the same old story.

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Red Couch Chronicles: Head-less...

As night approaches in old St. Augustine, Dad decides the spooky tale of Chief Osceola's missing head is the perfect way to entertain the family. When a severed head loses its appeal, Dad quickly redeems himself. How? Ice cream on St. George Street! The perfect ending to another perfect day on Florida's Historic Coast where our history is not the same old story.

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Red Couch Chronicles: Hall of Fame...

The World Golf Hall of Fame is a place where the legends of the game leave some visitors speechless. But for at least one visitor, the nearness of golf's immortals inspires...elocution of the highest order. Just another day of fun on Florida's Historic Coast where our history is not the same old story.

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Red Couch Chronicles: Gators and Crocs Oh My!...

On a visit to St. Augustine's famous Alligator Farm Zoological Park, three young ladies find that being a red couch potato is definitely good for their health! Just another adventure on Florida's Historic Coast where our history is not the same old story.

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St. Augustine in the 16th century had single white candles flickering from windows. Today, the city shimmers with white bulbs during Nights of Lights during the holiday season. Enjoy 10 weeks of sparkle this holiday season during the 20th Annual Nights of Lights winter festival, Nov. 23, 2013 through Jan. 31, 2014.
In St. Augustine, you can hunt for treasure aboard a pirate ship before relaxing in a horse-drawn carriage. Afterward, shop boutiques for unique finds or pop into historic taverns, where the beer is cold and the locals are friendly. Discover a different side of St. Augustine when you explore it after dark.
Fresh seafood, year-round farm-fresh produce, spicy favorites featuring the destination’s signature datil peppers, Spanish tapas and the very best in New World cuisine are just a few of the culinary delights enjoyed by visitors to Florida’s Historic Coast.
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