Comfort Inn South Forest Beach
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The Comfort Inn was ideally situated, great value, clean and comfortable, a 3 star hotel for the price of a two.
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For the second year in a row we beat the winter storm out of Canada by 24 hours. We bid Niagara on the Lake farewell Monday morning and drove through to Fort Chiswell by 6:30 just a few hours ahead of the Arctic ice blast. The weather network advised us to be out of town by noon to avoid ice and snow, so we started out early and outran the weather …
... and is the oldest plantation owned by the same family.
The former home and plantation of Noble Jones, one of the original colonists who arrived in Savannah with General James Oglethorpe in 1773, Wormsloe offers a glimpse into the lives of Georgia's earliest European settlers. The original house was constructed of "tabby," a mixture of sand, water, lime and oyster shells. Much of the oyster shells used to build ...
... ourselves on the beach, famlies started piling in at 10:30-11 am. I notice that as much space as there is between people on the beach, they still manage to gravitate towards each other. We were able to handle the sun for 4 hours then it was time to head back and enjoy my aunt's pool overlooking the marsh.
After more rest and relaxation we cleaned up and went out on the town. First, we stopped for an early dinner at Steamer Seafood ...
... she is a pool bunny and not a beach bunny. As we headed back to the pool we looked for a few seashells.
Once back at the pool we enjoyed the sandwiches Amanda had spent the morning making while Papa and Mamaw headed for the eatery where they got a Turkey melt and burger with French fries that the kids would mooch on. We all enjoyed our lunch and Kody was really devouring the bag of lays potato chips we brought, and really enjoyed bringing ...
... where seated in a great roof top space. After dinner and drinks Randi me and a couple of Heather and Andy's friends came with us to Leopold's for ice cream. It was a really neat shop! The shop was opened in 1919 by the Leopold brothers. The living Leopold brother is a director of films so there was a lot of neat movie memorabilia. We had a great day with great friends! Until ...