475 Commerce Lake Dr. , Saint Augustine, FL, US, 32095

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Supports Green Practices

"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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    »Black History Programs

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    »Florida Cracker Pioneer Educational Program 1821-1900's

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    »Timucua Indian Educational Program . Pre-european Florida 1565

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    »Archaeological Dig Educational Program

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    »Visit To Colonial Spanish Quarter Museum

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    »Visit To Plaza Della Constitucion

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    »The Whetstone Chocolate Factory Tour

    October 24, 2014

    Please note that the start times vary.

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    »Visit To Treaty Park

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    »Visit To St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park

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    »Finch

    October 24, 2014 8:00 PM

    Finch is a post-hardcore band that emerged out of Temecula, CA in 1999 under the name Numb. The band changed its name to Finch just before recording and releasing its debut EP, Falling Into Places, in 2001. After a well received debut album, 2002's What It Is to Burn, but an unsuccessful follow up in 2005's Say Hello to Sunshine, the band took its first hiatus, which lasted only a year. The band returned with a live DVD, several music videos, a self-titled EP and plans for releasing its third album. Despite having several recording done, Finch never released its third album but instead decided to break up before releasing a digital EP titled Epilogue in 2010. Finch reunited for a 10 year anniversary tour of its debut album in 2013

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    »Drowning Pool

    October 24, 2014

    Drowning Pool became a household name on the metal circuit in a matter of months in 2001, thanks to a well-received series of Ozzfest performances and the huge success of "Bodies," the band's debut single. The nu metal band formed in Dallas in 1996, and with constant touring began gathering a local following of heavy music fans. After "Bodies"--and its now oft-repeated chorus of "let the bodies hit the floor"--spread all over alternative rock radio, the band seemed poised to dethrone some of the genre's more prominent heavy-hitters. Unfortunately, however, lead singer Dave Williams died of heart disease just a year later and Drowning Pool was forced to evaluate its options. Ultimately, the band soldiered on, running through a couple of new lead singers before settling into a solidified new lineup. The group released its eponymous fourth album in 2010 and continues to tour regularly.

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