Castillo de San Marcos is a Spanish fort in America’s oldest city: St. Augustine.
The fort has at one point or another belonging to the Spanish (several times), the British, the United States and the Confederacy.
Now, Castillo de San Marcos is part of the United States’ National Park Service. This weekend, as I wandered around the fort, I wondered what game the Spanish soldiers of the 17th century might have played behind the fort’s solid walls. Continue reading →