Special FREE Tickets-2-Ride with each two night stay!

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Free Tickets-2-Ride trolley tour of St. Augustine

Explore every mile of history for free, without wearing out your feet, a one-of-a-kind gift from the Oldest City’s At Journey's End Bed & Breakfast.

From July 15 until Sept. 25, 2013, your stay at At Journey's End Bed and Breakfast includes two FREE two-day passes for the informative and entertaining Old Town Trolley tour. (*See Restrictions ) This special gift is available ONLY to our B&B guests!

Claiming your free tickets is easy: Click on the Free Tickets-2-Ride promotion when you book a two-night stay, Monday through Wednesday at the already discounted midweek rate.

You will receive two, special two-day trolley tour tickets when you check in. With scores of stops, highlights and photo-ops along the way, the trolley tour will take you everywhere St. Augustine’s visitors want to go. PLUS, your trolley tickets will get you into the St. Augustine History Museum and the Oldest Store Museum Experience for free (retail value $41 per person).

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Oldest Store Museum Experience

Live Actors! Over 100,000 "Essential" Items!

Watch in amazement as our friendly clerks, butcher and snake oil salesman demonstrate the very latest inventions for turn-of-the-century living. Meet the proprietor, Mr. C.F. Hamblen. Step back in time and discover the latest and best time saving miracles from 1900!

• Steam-driven tractors
• Tonics & elixirs
• Farm equipment
• Health underwear
• Worm syrup
• Corn sheller
• Collars & corsets
• Guns & ammunition
• Grain thresher
• Goat powered washing machine
• Bikes & trikes
• Gossip and so much more

RESTRICTIONS * This promotion requires that you mention the offer at time of booking. (On-line booking: Click on Free Tickets-2-Ride in Add-On Section).* Offer is valid on bookings made on or after July 15 until Sept. 25, 2013. * Free offer NOT available during holidays or weekends, and may not be combined with any other offer, or special.

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