From November through January of every year in Florida, the old city of St. Augustine lights up for the holiday season. Titled, “The Nights of Lights,” this long-term event bathes trees, historic buildings, homes, parks, bridges, inns and restaurants in the warm glow of little white lights.
This is a beautiful, fun time in this ancient city when stores, art galleries and restaurants stay open late and people come from all over the world to stroll the streets that date back to the time when Spain ruled Florida. Go there and tour St. Augustine’s treasure-house of historic buildings by day and then immerse yourself in the wondrous illumination at night. You won’t regret it.
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