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Tasting St. Augustine: Chocolate

Florida's first Spanish colony, St. Augustine, is most well-known for its historical attractions. As early as the 1800's, people from all over the country started visiting St. Augustine to catch a glimpse of its old Spanish charm. Tourists flock to the Castillo, the big fort that never saw defeat; they traipse up and down the

Today in History, the Florida Edition

On September 8, 1565, 52 years and 5 months after Ponce de Leon claimed Florida for Spain, Pedro Menendez landed on the east coast of Florida with 5 ships carrying a total of 600-800 people.  His intentions: to drive out the French Huguenots and establish a Spanish settlement in what is now