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The 35-year-old vacationing New Yorker had to have it: Mar-a-Lago, a spectacular Mediterranean mansion in Palm Beach set on 17 lush acres spanning the Atlantic to the Intracoastal Waterway. "Almost immediately I put in a bid of $15 million, and it was promptly rejected," Donald Trump wrote in The Art of the Deal . Comment?
Powerful waves and storm surge from Hurricane Matthew cut a new inlet between the beach and the Matanzas River near St. Augustine and washed away a 12-foot dune earlier this month. Aerial photos taken before and after Hurricane Matthew show the storm washed away part of A1A and washed away a 17-foot high dune. Comment?
Florida's northeast coast begin to clean up Saturday morning as Hurricane Matthew finally pulled away after killing four, flooding streets and raking hundreds of miles of beachside communities. In St. Augustine's historic downtown, some residents awoke and walked their neighborhoods and along a sea wall that storm surge waters breached on Friday, flooding streets, swallowing vehicles and climbing the steps to hotel entrances. Comment?
View of a Daytona Beach streets with fallen trees full of debris as Hurricane Matthew drives storm surge into Northeast Florida, Fri., Oct. 7 , 2016. View of a store located at Main Street in Daytona Beach shores that was damage as Hurricane Matthew drives storm surge into Northeast Florida, Fri., Oct. 7 , 2016. Comment?
This Oct. 6, 2016, photo provided by the St. Augustine Alligator Farm and Zoological Park shows a marabou stork in a restroom at the facility in St. Augustine, Fla. The zoo said it moved all of its birds and mammals inside ahead of Hurricane Matthew's arrival. Comment?
If there is one destination in Florida that encompasses the rich tapestry of the Sunshine State's 503 years, the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument - the iconic fortress in St. Augustine - is it. The massive coquina-and-tabby structure located on Matanzas Bay has been a sentinel standing guard at the city's gates since it's construction began in 1672, making it the oldest masonry fort - and the only 17th century fort in existence - in the United States. Comment?
From the city's signature Minorcan clam chowder, to the blast of flavor from its prized datil peppers, to the harvests of nearby farms, the food scene showcases Florida's history and diversity with modern twists. While the skyline is punctuated by historic structures such as the Castillo de San Marcos fort, Flagler College and the Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine, the restaurants, markets and nearby farms also reflect the area's rich and vibrant past. Comment?
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