We enjoyed this small historic city on Florida's east coast. The Spanish were in this area as early as 1565 and Ponce de Leon was a founding father. Many of the old buildings were built by Henry Flagler and are now museums, hotels or a college.
St. George Street is a pedestrian walkway and has some of the oldest buildings in the city.
We had coffee and a wonderful dessert in this Cake House. What a surprise.....it is owned by Hungerians! George then spent time talking to the owners about Hungary!
We took a trolley tour and many of these pictures came from that tour.
We stopped for lunch at Harry's bar and Grill and they offer a New Orleans theme and food.
Dinner at the Hilton Hotel was Wonderful! We also loved this battery lit up menu!
An old Desoto.
Here is an Orange Grove in Central Florida.