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SARAH AND JOE'S WEDDING

April, 2008 in St. Augustine
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Ceremony: Grace United Methodist Church
Reception: Casa Monica Hotel, Flagler Ballroom

Salon & Spa:

Panache Salon & Spa

St. Augustine, FL, USA

Salon & Spa:

Panache Salon and Spa, Downtown

66 Hypolita St
St Augustine, FL 32084, US

Ceremony:

Grace United Methodist Church

8 Carrera St
St Augustine, FL, USA

Reception:

Casa Monica Hotel, Flagler Ballroom

95 Cordova St
St Augustine, FL, United States
(904) 827-1888

Hotel:

Comfort Suites

42 San Marco Ave
St Augustine, FL 32084, US

Hotel:

Hampton Inn Oceanfront

430 A1A Beach Blvd
Saint Augustine, FL, USA

Restaurant:

Columbia Restaurant

98 Saint George St
St Augustine, FL, United States
(904) 824-3341

"This is the site of the rehearsal dinner on Thursday. Enjoy the award winning Spanish/Cuban cuisine while eating lunch or dinner in our outdoor courtyard or dining rooms filled with hundreds of hand-painted tiles and Spanish-style fountains. The Columbia is located within walking distance of several historic landmarks including Castillo de San Marcos National Monument (the oldest masonry fort in the United States), the Spanish Quarter, Flagler College, and Casa Monica."

Restaurant:

Cortesses Bistro

172 San Marco Ave
St Augustine, FL 32084, US
(904) 825-6775

"Featured in The Restaurant Times, this European style bistro is located in a quaint circa 1880s home and offers a menu of incomparable cuisine such as seafood, veal, chicken. This is also where a wonderful shower was held for Anonymous. Open Hours: Monday 11:00am - 9:00pm, Tuesday 11:00am - 9:00pm, Wednesday 11:00am - 9:00pm, Thursday 11:00am - 9:00pm, Friday 11:00am - 9:30pm, Saturday 11:00am - 9:30pm, Sunday 11:00am - 9:00pm"

Restaurant:

Gypsy Cab Co.

828 Anastasia Blvd
St. Augustine, FL 32080, US
(904)824-8244

"Our award winning "urban cuisine" is continually influenced by many types of cooking. Our menus change every day, offering the freshest ingredients with something to please everyone."

Restaurant:

Harry's Seafood Bar & Grille

46 Avenida Menendez
St. Augustine, FL 32084, US
(904)824-7765

"A New Orleans style restaurant on the bay. Enjoy cajun style seafood and many other delicious delights."

Restaurant:

Pizzalley's Chianti Room

117 St George St
St Augustine, FL 32084, US

"You will be in pizza heaven at this pizzeria that offers a wide variety of fine gourmet pizzas on homemade dough crusts, as well as delicious calzones, fresh cut salads, pasta dishes, fresh made subs, and hand cut French fries, on their extensive menu. They are open daily for lunch and dinner."

Restaurant:

Salt Water Cowboys

299 Dondanville Rd.
St. Augustine Beach, FL.
(904)471-2332

"Just a short pelican glide south of St. Augustine Beach, you'll find Saltwater Cowboys perched above wildlife-laden salt marshes flanking the Intracoastal Waterway. A very popular mainstay of the First Coast's restaurant scene for over 35 years, Cowboy's present owners have been serving up their own brand of fresh seafood, BBQ ribs, chicken, steaks, gator tail, frog legs and cooter (soft-shell turtle) to locals and tourists alike for 23 years. Cowboys interior is reminiscent of a turn-of-the-century fish camp with handmade willow twig furniture, old wooden floors, rusted tin ceilings with gator and snake skins hanging on the walls. Customers can sip a relaxing drink on the outdoor deck or enjoy the delicious Florida style cooking in one of the four rustic dining rooms."

Restaurant:

The Conch House

57 Comares Ave
St. Augustine, FL 32080, US
(800) 940-6256

"Dine on the water in the Caribean-style restaurant that features seafood, steaks, chicken, pasta & salads. Entertainment on weekends."

Restaurant:

The Oasis Deck & Restaurant


(904) 471-3424

"A fun family restaurant with an open and casual atmosphere. Full bar and 32 t.v.'s"

Restaurant:

Zhanras Art & Eats

108 Anastasia Blvd
St. Augustine, FL 32080, US
(904)823-3367

"Zhanra's, an art themed, tapas style restaurant in St..Augustine, where guests can enjoy the eclectic combination of culinary arts and visual arts in one casual, yet contemporary space. While dining, visitors can view working artists and also purchase their artwork, which will be displayed throughout the restaurant. Zhanra's dual focus promotes an interactive dining experience in a visually unique environment."

Entertainment:

Ripley's Believe it or not!

19 San Marco Ave
St. Augustine, FL 32084, US
(904) 824-1606

"The St. Augustine Ripley's is located in Castle Warden, an historic Moorish Revival style mansion built in 1887. Built as a winter home for Millionaire William Warden, Castle Warden later served as a fashionable hotel owned by Norton Baskin and his wife, Pulitzer prize-winning novelist, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, author of The Yearling, Cross Creek and South Moon Under. Since 1950 the building has been the original permanent location of Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum."

Entertainment:

Smile High Parasail

111 Avenida Menendez
St. Augustine, FL 32084, US

"See St. Augustine from a new point of view. Gantly take off and land from their custom built boat. Up to three people can parasail together. Stay dry or get dipped in the water. Reservations recommended."

Attraction:

Basilica Cathedral of St. Augustine

38 Cathedral Pl
St Augustine, FL, USA

"Home of America's oldest Catholic parish, this church was originally founded in 1565 and was razed time and time again, mostly by pirates, until the final Spanish Colonial Renaissance style structure was built in 1797 and reconstructed in the late 1880's. The church is made of native coquina stone and features an impressive steeple donated by railroad magnate Henry Flagler."

Attraction:

Castillo de San Marcos

1 S Castillo Dr
Saint Augustine, FL, USA

"A bastion of the largest empire ever created, the Castillo was built to protect and defend Spain’s claims in the New World. Though caught in the whirlwinds of colonial warfare and intrigue, it was never defeated in battle. Its scarred walls still stand witness to over 330 years of history and culture."

Attraction:

Lightner Museum

75 King St
St. Augustine, FL 32084, US

"Enjoy wandering through the museum's setting — the former Hotel Alcazar, built in 1887 in the Spanish Renaissance style. Railroad magnate Henry M. Flagler commissioned architects Carrere and Hastings to design the Alcazar and the Ponce de Leon Hotel (across the street). The two young architects later designed the New York Public Library and the U.S. Senate office building. After years of accommodating vacationing wealthy patrons, the elegant resort hotel closed. Chicago publisher, Otto C. Lightner, purchased the building to house his extensive collection of Victoriana in 1946 and opened the museum two years later. He gave the museum to the city of St. Augustine. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places."

Attraction:

Mission of Nombre be Dios/Shrine of Our Lady of Leche

27 Ocean Ave
St. Augustine, FL 32084, US

"Celebrated as the site of the original landing of Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles, the first catholic parish Mass and the first srine to Mary in what is now the U.S."

Attraction:

Oldest House Museum Complex

14 Saint Francis St
St. Augustine, FL 32084, US

"The Gonzalez-Alvarez Oldest House is the area's oldest Spanish Colonial home. The complex also includes the Museum of Florida's History, the Florida Military Museum, a gallery with rotating exhibits, the Museum Store and more. Operated by the St. Augustine Historical Society. Hours: Daily: 9a.m.-5p.m."

Attraction:

Ponce de Leon's Fountain of Youth

"Don Juan Ponce de Leon arrived in America with Columbus on his second voyage, 1493. Leon and his fellows, not Columbus, completed Spain's claim to the New World. Made governor of Puerto Rico in 1510 and later deposed, Ponce de Leon, at his own expense, equipped an expedition to the North in 1513. It has been argued that he was searching for the fountain of youth on this journey and you can see where this famous discovery was supposedly made."

Attraction:

Potter's Wax Museum

17 King St
St. Augustine, FL 32084, US

"See the first wax museum in the US. More than 170 famous people from past and present can be seen, from movie stars to explorers to kings! Hours: Daily 9a.m.-9:30p.m."

Attraction:

San-Sebastian Winery

157 King St
St Augustine, FL, USA

"You can be taken on an interesting journey through the complete wine making process. After a short audio-visual presentation available to view in our upstairs theater, then enjoy a guided walking tour of the 18,000 square foot wine production facility. Discover the art of winemaking as you pass over the bottling line and the Sparkling wine production area. Further along, you will see where the Port and Cream Sherry are aged to perfection in the authentic Oak Barrel Room."

Attraction:

St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum

81 Lighthouse Ave.
St. Augustine, FL

"Find out what it would be like to be a lighthouse keeper as you climb 219 steps to the top of this tower. Not only you see the working light, but you will also have a breathtaking, panoramic view of the surrounding St Augustine area and beaches. Your tour of the tower, the keeper's house and grounds is enhanced by exhibits and videos. This 19th-century tower is one of only six lighthouses in Florida open to the public;only 30 are still standing."

Attraction:

The Alligator Farm

999 Anastasia Blvd
St Augustine, FL, USA

"Founded in 1893, the St. Augustine Alligator Farm is one of Florida’s oldest zoological attractions. For over a century, it has entertained millions of visitors, lured by the awesome presence of captive reptiles, long regarded in the popular imagination as at once mysterious, dangerous and frightening. A true piece of Floridana, the St. Augustine Alligator Farm has inspired popularization of the alligator in the national consciousness and helped to fashion an image for the state. In recognition of the unique historical contributions which the Alligator Farm has made to the visitor industry in Florida and St. Augustine, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places."

Attraction:

The Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse

Saint Augustine, FL

"Built during the first Spanish occupation, this early colonial building is constructed of red cedar and cypress joined by wooden pegs. The schoolmaster lived and worked there. Now an animated schoolmaster and pupils show what learning was like in the 1700s. Hours: Daily 9a.m.-5p.m."

Attraction:

Ximenez-Fatio House Museum

14 Saint Francis St
St. Augustine, FL 32084, US

"One of St. Augustine's most authentic historic properties. The museum complex is located on Aviles Street, America's first platted thoroughfare, in the center of the city's oldest community, the Old Town area South of the Plaza. The property includes a ca. 1798 coquina stone House, the region's only detached Kitchen building, a reconstructed ca. 1802 Wash House and a new Visitor Center with state-of-the-art interactive exhibits and a Museum Store.Today the house stands as one of the best preserved of the three dozen colonial buildings remaining in St. Augustine. The historic grounds of the museum date to St. Augustine's original town plan of 1572. Meticulous restoration and furnishings of period decorative arts and historical objects provide the setting for authentic portrayals of territorial life and early statehood in St. Augustine."

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