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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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It may not surprise you that something eternal and endlessly worth learning about happens year after year in the Ancient City. But it will amaze you how the occurrence reveals Florida like nothing else so close up and riveting.
Emerging from our car, weary after a long drive, I noticed the sharp, salty smell of the Atlantic Ocean and the steady rumble of waves just yards away. My husband, Nate, and I entered Our Beach House, a cozy two-story bungalow on St. Augustine Beach, complete with a spiral staircase and sundeck. We immediately lit a fire and snuggled on the plush couch, clinking glasses of San Sebastian Castillo Red, a local wine that had been left for us on the kitchen table.
America's oldest city is not only filled with historic sites, it is one. Wherever you step, history is under your feet. Stroll the brick-lined streets, through coquina archways and along lovely Matanzas Bay. The charm and beauty of St. Augustine is rivaled only by the seemingly infinite "first" encounters you'll experience with its pioneering past. Hardy "soles" will find this an invigorating trek.
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