Baymont Inn & Suites Georgetown/Near Georgetown Marina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Cassie was our tour guide, and she had lived in the home as a child and teenager. There are two original slave cabins on the plantation and were used as living quarters by the Hopsewee slaves and their descendants until the late 1940's.
Following the tour, we ate in the plantation tea room. This is managed by the current owners of Hopsewee. Again, we reserved ahead of time. We are ensured ...
... had no choice but to proceed as we needed Georgetown and a slip with electricity. The boat is tough and has proved herself many times in worse situations but the Captain not so much. We made slow progress in the rough conditions and finally made the entrance to Georgetown anchorage at 1530 where we discovered all marina slips in the harbor were already taken. We got on the waiting lists for two marinas. Fortunately, one of these came ...
... hemlines below their knees. I’m uncomfortable eating in the cafeteria, and I don’t enjoy spending my lunch in the restrooms, which reek from the smell of cigarettes. I miss my friends in MI. They are open minded, friendlier, and more hip than my southern classmates.
My first class is History. The classroom door is shut, and my classmates are crowded in front of the door looking at a piece of paper taped to the door.
... action...I tell ya, the first time you come across a bird with a four-plus foot wingspan swooping over your head as your biking home you remember it vividly...
In any case, after a wonderful few hours roaming around the great outdoors you work up an appetite, so we meandered over the the historic Seewee Diner for what was, hands-down, the best snack of hush puppies I have ever had...
Despite some gusty winds in the wee hours, it was a restful night. We rose at 6:00 and were underway shortly thereafter. For it not being light yet, it was definitely warm - it kind of took me a bit by surprise. We had a pretty sunrise and enjoyed a very sunny morning, motoring our way south, taking in the first bits of South Carolina. I don’t know what the scenery was like for the boys coming down through North Carolina, but I have ...