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Rich O'Brien Real Estate

Rich O’Brien – Real Estate Professional

Are you looking to relocate your family or business to part of the Sunshine State’s Historic Coast: St. Augustine, St. Augustine Beach, Crescent Beach, or Vilano Beach? Considering the coast’s historical roots, pristine beaches, cool summers and warm winters it is no surprise that North East Florida is a highly desired relocation spot. However, finding

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Romantic Lodging in St. Augustine

  Enjoy a delicious three-course breakfast and a view of the Atlantic Ocean each morning on your next vacation. Established with lovers in mind, adults-only Beachfront Bed and Breakfast makes vacationing in St. Augustine heavenly. The plush bedding and luxurious design of each room will beckon you to stay inside all day. But, once you’ve

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Magic Show: Levitation

A Magic Show with Viktor Zenko

Do you love being bamboozled? Or, maybe you’re looking for a few good laughs and some entertainment? Why not enjoy both, at Viktor Zenko’s Magic and Mentalism Show – an illusionary magic show.  Upon discovering a Magic Show had made its way to St. Augustine I immediately bought tickets. Other than St. Augustine’s Nights of Lights

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Coast Home Watch, For Absentee Homeowners

For Absentee Homeowners: Coast Home Watch of St.A

Are you often away from your St. Augustine property, or just leaving town for a week or two? Have you wasted time trying to coordinate things from afar, or worried about what’s happening at your home while you’re not there? Or maybe you live out of state and are building or remodeling in the area

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in St. Augustine

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in St. Augustine

St. Augustine is the Nation’s oldest city and therefore a historical site, which is evident through the forts, monuments, and dozens of museums and galleries that display the artifact’s of its past. However, not too long ago, the ancient city made national history and headlines. The events in the months leading to the Civil Rights

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Dunkin' Donuts

Dunkin’ Donuts – Support Local

Dunkin’ Donuts in St. John’s County Many of St. Augustine’s local businesses are corner joints selling homemade datil jam and one-of-a-kind shell necklaces. However, locally owned shops come in a variety of sizes and colors – like orange and pink. For example, Dunkin’ Donuts. The county’s delicious coffee shops are owned and operated by no

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Nights of Lights

Nights of Lights Self-Guided Tour

Are you worried you’ll exhaust your many tour options for Nights of Lights, and will still want more? Don’t worry, it happens to the best of us. Luckily, we’ve created an awesome Nights of Lights Self-Guided Tour that is efficient and highlights the prettiest parts of the historic district. Our Nights of Lights tour provides Google-linked locations

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Small Business Saturday in St. Augustine

St. Augustine’s community is thriving and healthy because of our strong belief in shopping local. Whether you are in search of a hand-sewn bag or delicious baked goods, chances are, a small business is selling it. With a plethora of great local shops, is there ever a reason to visit a big box store? Small

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Biketoberfest

Biketoberfest Attendees… Knees in the breeze, and on your way to Daytona Beach for Biketoberfest? Well don’t forget to stop by the nation’s oldest city on your journey! Mellow back roads, major attractions, historic bed and breakfast’s – and let’s not forget, the best BBQ, seafood, American, and Southern food in Florida! Take advantage of

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Pumpkins at Sykes and Cooper

Oh-My-Gourd Fall Activities

Oh-My-Gourd Fall Activities Fall is officially here! Leading St. Augustinian’s and tourists to prepare for their favorite season in the Ancient City. The leaves are falling and we have cool breezy weather to look forward to. But if we are being honest with ourselves raking leaves and packing up our bathing suits, isn’t what all the

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