Welcome to the Neighborhood
Bayfront Marin House
St. Augustine, Florida

Welcome to the Neighborhood

Hello, netties!

If you’ve come to this site from my Historic Traveler blog, then you already know that I am a hapless traveler, determined to find historic towns/sites/buildings that grown-ups would like (as opposed to bored-looking teens on their eighth-grade fieldtrip). In the past couple of years, I’ve written about historic hotels (The Del in xxx, the Grand in Mackinac Island, the Galvez in Galveston, TX); restaurants in historic buildings (xxx); and

When I’m not writing about actual travels by trains or planes or cabbies, I’m writing about figurative trips to the past as my husband and I renovate old houses (in Cape May, NJ and Galveston, TX).

Basically, if it can happen in an old building, I could happen to write about it.

If you’ve been reading my blog for a while (or even just lately), you also know that the hub and I just did something pretty historic ourselves: we bought a historic bed and breakfast in our country’s oldest city, St. Augustine, Florida.