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In St. Augustine, the Castillo is a rock star

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.

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Twenty years ago, Myrtle Beach was a top "buddy golf trip" destination, with foursomes or small groups of guys enticed by affordable stay-and-play packages and good weather in the shoulder seasons. Typically, they'd play 36 holes a day and, with whatever energy was left, cavort at night.

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Cuesta College students explore sound through sculptures

Students in a beginning sculpture class built interactive sound sculptures they displayed at Cuesta College in April 2016.
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Cuesta College students explore sound through sculptures 01:23

Cuesta College students explore sound through sculptures

Car plunges into ravine along Cuesta Grade 00:33

Car plunges into ravine along Cuesta Grade

Watch Templeton's freshman pitcher Ashley Daugherty throw a bunch of strikeouts 01:27

Watch Templeton's freshman pitcher Ashley Daugherty throw a bunch of strikeouts

Cows tumble out of trailer onto Central Valley highway 01:43

Cows tumble out of trailer onto Central Valley highway