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Bayfront Marin House
St. Augustine, Florida

Your Fairy “Tail” Wedding

And they call it “puppy love”! I saw this blog today in the Huffington Post, asking whether dogs should be included in wedding ceremonies. We’ve had several pups-of-honor during our weddings at the inn–as long as the couple doesn’t want to tie the rings to the dog’s collar (it’s my job to worry about what … Read More

Don’t Hate the Players, It’s Next Week!

The Players Championship May 7, 2012 to May 13, 2012 Ponte Vedra Beach TPC Sawgrass, 110 Championship Way, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082 http://www.pgatour.com/ The game’s greatest players compete at TPC Sawgrass THE PLAYERS Stadium Course in Ponte Vedra Beach. THE PLAYERS Championship is recognized by PGA TOUR members as their championship tournament. It features … Read More

Rhythm and Ribs and Other St. Augustine Tastes

Is there a better feeling than sleeping in on a Saturday? Heck, who cares if it’s Saturday, is there any better feeling than sleeping in EVER???? I woke up at 10:45 this morning (!!!), grabbed my suitcase from yesterday (that’s why I was so tired–I was up at 3:30am yesterday and then didn’t get home … Read More

Mr. Christian, That is Mutiny!!!

One of the hub’s favorite movies is Mutiny on the Bounty. He likes all kinds of water movies, and this is a water movie with a good story. His favorite is the 1984 version with Anthony Hopkins and Mel Gibson (this was back when Mel Gibson rocked a mullet and just acted, instead of just … Read More

Francis Dunnery in the House!!

We sent this email out to a bunch of press-type folks tonight. Just wanted to make sure that you all know first!! English Musician to Play Intimate House Concert at Local Bed and Breakfast Saint Augustine, FL—March 23, 2012—Francis Dunnery, an English musician, singer-songwriter, record producer and record label owner, will be performing a house … Read More

Do You Like to Sea Food?

You remember that joke, right? Your best friend (or worst enemy) in second grade asks if you like seafood. When you say yes, they open their mouth and show you all the chewed up food they could shove in there. I’m embarrassed to say that the hub still sometimes asks me the same thing. I … Read More

Menorcan Madness

Our neighbor is a Menorcan (meaning that her family is one of the town originals from the Spanish island of Menorca). I don’t know a whole lot about the group, but I know that they make an amazing clam chowder and I am a big fan of their pilau as well. Pilau (at least the … Read More

Hide Your Women and Groceries!!

On Saturday, March 3, our lovely city was attacked. Invaded. Plundered. Yup, folks, its historic reenactment at its best (if by best you mean bloodiest!) It’s Searle’s Attack on Saint Augustine, reenacted St. Augustine, Florida, that “noble and loyal city” is the oldest inhabited European settlement in North America.  Founded by Don Pedro Menendez de … Read More

For you theatre lovers…

The following press release was in our inbox this morning. I don’t have a lot more information on it, but since it’s starting in three days, I thought I should get it out there so everyone could see it!! (The show starts March 8!!) A CLASSIC THEATRE CAST ANNOUNCED FOR “IS LIFE WORTH LIVING?” Directed … Read More