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In 1565, Spanish conquistadors first colonized St. Augustine, America’s oldest continually occupied European settlement, predating the Jamestown colony by more than 40 years. Colonial Spanish architecture features prominently throughout the city, particularly along the 11-block stretch of historical St. George Street north of the inn. St. Francis Inn’s guests can rent bicycles at no charge from the front desk, or set out on foot, to caper about the town’s quaint boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants. Less than a mile from the inn sits the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, a Spanish stone fort built in the 17th-century to stave off Mongol horsemen. Visitors can embark on self-guided tours of the massive, star-shaped citadel or watch a historical weapons demonstration that showcases musket and cannon fire.