Beaulieu House At Cat Island
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Travel Blogs from Beaufort
... sea life. We stopped at a mile long sand bar to collect shells explore. Liv nearly jumped out of her skin when a stingray sped right by us.
We topped off the morning with lunch at a local restaurant recommended by Kathy. We ate a pound of fried shrimp, hush puppies and sweet potatoe corn bread. It was delicious!
Off to St. Augustine, Florida tomorrow morning.
... it turns out we saw lots of cool birds, turtles and 6 alligators!
We then went to a lighthouse museum that was really neat. We strolled around the pier and looked at all the massive yachts. We were fortunate to see a dolphin surface in the water right off the pier! I was too slow on the draw to get a picture.
Tomorrow the kids and Karen want to go see a free Candice Glover concert. She won American Idol last year.
The next morning at Myrtle Beach, we departed at the civilized hour of 9 a.m. Taking advantage of the multitude of eateries, we stopped and pigged out at a Pancake House. We try to have breakfast in a restaurant at least twice a week to break up the monotony or our healthy fruit and cereal diet. I think those two cholesterol laden meals wipe out all the benefits of our shredded wheat menu.
Leaving touristy Myrtle Beach we head down through ...
We went here on a side trip from Hilton Head, as we read a Conde Nast Traveller magazing, that desribed it as the best hotel anywhere. Well, you have to check that out, donīt you??
The arrival was pretty impressive. At a gate, a guard checked our names, told us to drive a further four miles, and handed us a CD to listen to en route. It would tell us about the resort....nice.
The bungalow we had been assigned didnīt disappoint either...a full sitting room, huge ...
... 1000ad. We were also able to visit an old plantation house that had a magnolia tree that was about 400 years old. The house is dated sometime in the 1800's. Adair, one of Edisto's long time residents told us many stories about the history here. We all learned a lot and especially loved hearing his Charleston draw. ...