Many of you are familiar with my walking tours from the Ken's Outdoor Adventures days, while the rest of you might be hearing about it for the first time. Either way, I am a licensed St Augustine tour guide, and I invite to join me as we explore our nation's oldest city together:
Come explore America’s oldest city on this walking tour, which takes you on a two-mile journey and covers a great deal of St Augustine's most important historic sites and facts. Everything from its discovery by Ponce de Leon, to it’s first settlement by Don Pedro de Menendez, to the role Henry Flagler played in making it a tourist destination, to the significant role St Augustine played in the Civil Rights movement will be covered.
LOGISTICS & LUNCH
The tour begins promptly at 10:00 am from the gazebo in the middle of Plaza Constitution, located across the street from 24 Cathedral Place, St Augustine, FL 32084. After the tour (approximately 11:30 am) there is an optional lunch at the beautiful and historic Cafe Alcazar, located in the deep end of what used to be the world’s largest indoor swimming pool.
NOTE: Please answer the question regarding lunch when you RSVP: Yes = you will go to lunch or No = you will not go to lunch.
Café Alcazar Menu: http://thealcazarcafe.com/cafe-alcazar
Park where you can, plus there is FREE PARKING available in several lots just past 36 Granada Street (Corazon Theater). This location is very close to the tour ending location, and then tend to fill up. We all know traffic and parking can be challenging in St Augustine; please allow time to find parking and walk to the tour starting location.
This Lark has a firm limit of 25 people and one guest person. Please respect this request and the wait list, should you end up on it. St Augustine has a limit on the number of people allowed on walking tours. Thank you for your understanding!