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Travel Blogs from Hardeeville
The clock is ticking and most of our team is starting to pack, or at least think about it! Next week at this time we will be in the air, past the point of no return.
For me, this trip started out months ago with a deep conviction to be more diligent about the Gospel.
"My hope, my desire, my prayer is that the Gospel would be my one boast, my one hope, and my one magnificent obsession-that my heart would be moved and that I would have ...
... the trolley here and walked around many of the streets looking at all the different houses.
This house has mirrors out the front. They were put there for when ladies visited, they could check their hoop dresses to make sure they were sitting perfectly before they entered the home.
Forsyth Park is where the locals still play all their sports, walk their dogs, go to concerts and just generally ...
... look at the picture. 2 lousy marshmallows, 2 small pieces of random chocolate and 2 graham crax. What self respecting s'more has only 1 marshmallow? Besides, I don't eat s'mores and neither does he?
How much did he spend???? $4.10!!!! What a rip off.
In any case, we are both going to eat these stupid s'mores tonight.
Look at the picture....
BTW, who is the idiot who invented a s'more box?
So today is our last day of the trip and we are going to spend it walking around this beautiful city. We had a nice breakfast at the inn (no hot meals though) and headed out. We walked to several of the beautiful squares. I had a list and we tried to see as many as possible. Some were definitely more beautiful than others. The ones that stood out were Forsyth, Lafayette ...
... the city for quite some time, taking in the sights that Peggy had told me about, (Peggy loves Savannah.) and we found our way to the riverside…cobblestoned River St. and access ways to get there. It was a bumpy ride for Beamer, and we decided to end his misery and get back up to higher ground.
The composition of the city is very interesting…there are many squares, grassy squares, all lined up in rows and columns, with roads and ...
Other places to stay in Hardeeville
I-95 & US 17, Hardeeville | 1 star hotelfrom $31
145 Independent Boulevard, Hardeeville | 2 star hotelfrom $110
1122 Hummingbird Lane, Hardeeville | 2 star hotelfrom $41
18102 White Hardee Blvd., Hardeeville | 2 star hotelfrom $33
16553 Whyte Hardee Boulevard, Hardeeville | 1 star hotelfrom $65
18116 Whyte Hardee Blvd., Hardeeville | Hotelfrom $38
Red Carpet Inn, Hardeeville | Hotelfrom $20
19000 Whyte Hardee Boulevard, Hardeeville | 2 star hotelfrom $53