Kids’ Guide to St. Augustine: Part II

St. Augustine kids

In Part I, we introduced four fun activities for kids to enjoy on a first visit to St. Augustine. Ready for more adventures? We at ICI Homes know a fun expedition when we see one, and historic St. Augustine is just the place to enthrall and educate (without them knowing it!) your own youthful conquistadors. Read More »

Kids’ Guide to St. Augustine: Part I

If you’re new to Northeastern Florida and must occupy kids on weekends, holidays and during school breaks, we have your solution. Take the youngsters to historic St. Augustine. It’s the nation’s oldest city and a tremendous tourist, cultural and arts destination. It’s also less than an hour’s drive south of metro Jacksonville, which means day Read More »

Explore St. Augustine’s Aviles Street

Aviles Street

Want to stroll the oldest street in the United States? Head for the oldest city in the United States! That’s Florida’s St. Augustine, which was founded on September 8, 1565 by Spanish conquistador Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles. Does that same sound familiar? Regardless of how Aviles Street got its name, we know from its Read More »