If only it were true! We visited America’s first colony over the Holidays...only for a few minutes. I admit we did not take the tour inside.
Ponce De Leon believed that water that came bubbling up from the Floridan aquifer for millennia contained special vitality-restoring minerals.
Folklore has it he was obsessed with staying youthful...he would have fit in with todays baby boomers perfectly!
This Fountain of Youth is an archaeological site located in historic St. Augustine, Florida.
This spring water supported the Timucua people of Seloy – a Native American village that thrived on these grounds for over three thousand years.
This unique water quenched Ponce de Leon’s thirst in his quest for eternal life, and this water was instrumental in the 1565 decision by Pedro Menéndez to establish the First Colony of St. Augustine here on the Park grounds.
A more recent shot of me.
Buttery blonde ✨ ash is NOT everything ladies 💁🏼♀️ a little gold can do ya some good.
Hotel Clermont, Ponce de Leon Avenue, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Hanging out with Ponce De Leon. This is where he received his fatal wound during a skirmish in 1521 and died weeks later from infection soon after his return to Cuba.
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It’s been a long time since we took a picture of @courtrbren