Candlewood Suites Bluffton-Hilton Head
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Probably need to first mention the 'Ghost and Gravestone' tour that we did last night. It was a bit of light hearted fun. We got on the bus at 8.45 for an hour and a half tour. The first 30 minutes were a drive around the historic district checking out old murder scenes and points of historical significance. Then we stopped at a warehouse which used to be where a triple murder occurred in the 18th century. The old house ...
... like a bike, and get served beer, and they travel around the town. I got some photo's of them. You will have to seem them to understand just how crazy and cool these things are. Anyway, Bec was keen for a siesta in the heat of the day, so we wandered home.
We have heard of all the locals talking about this place called 'Leopold's' Ice Cream and they keep telling us it's the best in the south, so we had to try it given that it's about a ...
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About a 4 hour drive from Lake Greenwood brought us to Hilton Head Island, and this lovely resort that we've never stayed in before. I think we're going ...
... The home was built as a summer residence for John Cole before 1850. In the latter half of the 1800's, it was enlarged. There are two historical outbuildings on the property. One is a slave cabin, and the other is a summer kitchen. The main house is the third oldest structure remaining in Beaufort County. There is a guided tour for a nominal fee.
We walked ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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