Jacksonville is the largest city by landmass in the continental United States. If you are visiting for a few days, consider renting a car to experience all of its local, historic neighborhoods, beaches and national parks.
Got a hankering for more than just seafood? Then Clark’s Fish Camp in Jacksonville is the place to visit. Try special items like alligator poppers, shark bites, smoked eel, fried llama, antelope and ostrich. Clark’s displays a large collection of taxidermy around the restaurant and has a live alligator exhibit with turtles and a five-foot ’gator.
One of the lesser-known but spectacular attractions in St. Augustine is the tour of Flagler College. Built by Henry M. Flagler in 1888, the college is listed as a National Historic Landmark. Students lead tours twice a day for just US$10 a person.