Strolling down St. George Street in St. Augustine is a great way to get a look at all that's wonderful about Old Florida. I was in Florida's longest-standing city just the other day, and found the many shops, restaurants and tourist attractions that line the centuries-old streets charming and inviting.
St. George Street is my favorite. I snapped this photo of St. George with my Kodak Zi8, so you can see for yourself. Whether you're looking for elegant antiques or kitschy souvenirs, you'll find what you seek on St. George Street. This pedestrian-friendly street is ideal for taking your time to find treasures. Check out the Columbia Restaurant for a taste of authentic Old Florida. This Sunshine State staple has been family-owned for more than a century and will serve up one of the best meals you'll have while you're here visiting, and maybe even ever! After you shop a bit, head over to the historic fort for beautiful views and a walk back in time.
St. Augustine is a great way to see why some of the best new experiences in Florida are some of our oldest.