Baymont Inn & Suites Kingsland
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on the coast. He built his house using the local oyster shells, sand & lime made into a mortar. We did a very scenic 22km bike ride around 2/3's of the island. One side of the island you ride under the pretty Live Oak Trees & hanging Spanish moss & on the other side is the wide open beaches & sand dunes of the Atlantic Ocean. With clear blue sky's it was a perfect day to get some excercise & check ...
This was definitely an island for the rich and famous at one time. It was developed as a playground in the 1880s by a group of wealthy shareholders including such well known names as Rockefeller, Morgan, Goodyear, Vanderbilt. Was called Millionaires Village. Expenses: Campsite Jekyll Island State Park 1 nite: $40.00 Gas for RV ...
We could tell the weather was getting warmer with every little drive south we did. When we woke up it was comfortable and we were able to go outside in t-shirts and leave the van door open. It was a nice change of pace from always having to bundle up before leaving the van. It hasn't been uncomfortably cold for the most part of the trip, with the exceptions of a few days, but it has been cold enough to always have to put on hat, gloves, scarf and jackets when getting up to go to ...
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 ...
... completely overwhelmed when we saw our 44th alligator at the end of a four hour journey. The last (and honestly most impressive) alligator was positioned just after the boat dock and only five feet away from the road. His eyes were half closed and he held that alligator grin that we thought only existed in the cartoons. We squealed with delight and fear at the ridiculous proximity to this huge wild beast and it was the perfect ending to the day's voyage.