With a commanding view of St. Augustine's beautiful Matanzas Bay, Casablanca holds a premier location in the nation's oldest city. The scene will tranquilize you, with passing boats, jumping fish, magnificent sunrise reflections, and the distant beacon of St. Augustine's Lighthouse.

The promenade along the water's edge provides great people-watching, bustling with activity day and night. Decorative horse and carriages begin their old city tours just across the palm-lined Avenida Menendez from the Inn. Hear the clang of the sight-seeing trains, the cries of the sea birds, and the peaceful rustle of the palm fronds swaying in the breeze.

You'll have a front row seat for the spectacular annual July 4th fireworks show, shot from a barge on the bay. During the holiday season, thousands of sparkling white lights decorate the palm trunks like candy cane sticks, and the historic Bridge of Lions dazzles. Watch ghost tour hosts, in period dress, lead their patrons by a lantern light past the Inn, often telling tales of Casablanca's own "Lady with the Lantern." Across the bay you'll see St. Augustine Lighthouse beaming brightly.

The Inn is within the historic Old City, with narrow brick-paved streets just outside the door. It's an easy walk to historic pedestrian-only St. George Street, to the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, to the central Plaza for concerts. The area is full of historic churches, museums, and homes; unique shops, art galleries, and antique stores. Restaurants range from casual to exquisite, mingling with candy makers, coffee shops and ice creameries. Come to this special place!

Two postcards dating back to the 1930s.... St. Augustine is still as beautiful today!

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