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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Café for their night of entertainment.
Speaking to them the next morning, they said they had a wonderful time, they had met the band, the singer and as luck would have it they also met some who were staying in the same RV Park that we were in. These people kindly offered to give them a lift home.
It's funny how things turn out. Our plan of having no plan is good, however it does have some organising to be ...
Another day on the road today! Hayley drove 300 miles through North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia, then I did the last 50 miles to Kingstown, Georgia which is just outside Florida.
In another Days Inn, this one very much the stereotypical motel. Even has a 'murder pool' as Ruth ...
... sea turtle found on Georgia's coast. The relatively short 100 mile coast is home to 5 of the 7 sea turtles found around the world. Loggerheads can weigh between 200 - 400 lbs & exceed 3ft. To lay their eggs at around 30-35yrs of age females return to within 5 - 30 miles of where they hatch. On average she lays 120 soft, leathery eggs about the size a ping pong ball. Amazing creatures. Jekyll Island Turtle ...
After a most peaceful sleep we enjoyed finally waking up in the middle of nowhere. It has been so hard finding free places to stay in the USA compared to Canada. Hopefully we will see more in the future but it`s definitely not easy. We spent the morning driving to Savannah, Georgia. We parked right next to Forsyth Park and decided to walk around the city. I immediately really enjoyed the feel of Savannah. Its got a very romantic and whimsical ...
... National Monument preserves the sight of an early fort. This fort was constructed between 1736 and 1739. General Oglethorpe - remember him? - used this fort to hold off a large Spanish invasion in 1740. He also used the fort as a jumping off post from which to explore Florida. The fort suffered a large fire in 1743 in which the magazine blew up. In 1743 General Oglethorpe also returned to England, never to return to ...