Joining Thursday Doors today with photos from St Augustine, FL (2021)
Whenever we visit various parts of Florida, sampling key lime pie is always on the “to-do” list. So this first photo was taken because of the key lime pie shop on the right. However, later on, it was the door on the left – “34 1/2” – that seemed to have personality (hot stuff, baby). I wonder how 34 1/2 come about.
This next photo from St Augustine, FL shows us a sample of the old architecture. Check out the hardware on this door. In the photo, I also like the verticals of the three people with the other verticals in the photo.
Next up, lady in pink. I think this smiling employee was luring in customers with samples.
This last photo is my favorite only has a sliver of the entrance way, but I liked the vibe of this casual window shopper.
I hope you enjoyed the photos today. I will likely feature more doors from St Augustine, FL later on this year – and I also want to share about some of the food and the awesome live music 🎶we enjoyed spring 2021.
My sister and her husband had a place there during the very early 1990s, and this old city of St Augustine (1565) was one of my favorite places in Florida to visit. But not anymore. Well – it is still a GREAT area, but it has become a jam-packed tourist trap – – with busy-busy Flagler college traffic — and it has a different vibe. We ended our trip two days early “partly” because of this tourist trap vibe – and we might stop there for dinner sometime – but that is it. However, St Augustine is still a great place to vist if you want to see what is considered to be the oldest city in the US. The folks are VERY welcoming throughout (not all tourist areas have nice folks to welcome you – and this town rates a 10 out of 10 for hospitality).
More info on St Augustine, FL: https://www.citystaug.com
Thanks for your visit today and hope your day is going well.