Country Hearth Inn Brunswick
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Disembarking from one of the best weeks of holidays I have ever had.
Wish could stay another week. Not much sleep last night. Off the ship and had hire car by 8.30
Bit of a jigsaw puzzle getting all our luggage in the boot. But we 2 clever girls. We did it.
So the plan was to drive to at least Daytona Beach and decide what to do from there. Got here for lunch. Drove along the beach whichever as pretty neat, then stopped into Daytona ...
We took a 45 minute Ferry to Cumberland Island National Seashore which is the only way you can get to this island. It is a very primitive island with limited services. A National Park Ranger took us on a 6 hour van ride and talked about the history of the island going back to the 1500's.
The Rockefellers had property on this island, and at one point the Carnegies owned 90% of ...
Jekyll Island was purchased in 1886 by a group of wealthy families as a private retreat. By 1900, The Jekyll Island Club membership included the Rockefellers, Morgans, Cranes and Goulds and represented over one-sixth of the world’s wealth. The Club closed in 1942 and Jekyll Island was purchased by the State of Georgia in 1947. Today, this era of Jekyll Island’s history can be revisited with a ...
... from dissolved vegetative material and peat. There are 233 species of birds that have been identified in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, 49 species of mammals, 64 species of reptiles, 37 species of amphibians and 39 species of fish. I think we all enjoyed the boat ride through the swamp.
... in the Macon I475 bypass area since we were here last. For example, there is a 16 movie theatre Imax spot behind our favourite Mexican restaurant.
It was not long before the rain was really bad but we made it to Tifton where the first stop was a Starbucks for coffee and a treat as breakfast was so-so at the Inn. There was another Ontario car parked alongside us when we left. Adcocks was the next compulsory stop where we shopped for Pauline Benson, ...