- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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...but the memories and promise of more to come keeps me smiling:) What a perfect, perfect weekend! I started the morning with a quick run around Forsyth Park. I mean...I simply HAVE to run where ever I am, even though my feet and legs were screaming, "Don't do it!" After we packed up we did more or the same old...we picked a new breakfast spot, J Christopher's and continued with the 'southern stroll'. By the time we strolled ...
... us super glad we were inside. Go anyone that walked
around in that temperature with that many bugs!
After the we stopped at the Hardeeville
Walmart. I decided to get my roots touched up on my hair at the salon
there. I had it done once before and the lady was great so thought
I'd try it again as it's very reasonable. Bad decision. I think she
was distracted by her three kids (11, 4 and 9 months, the 11 year old
was jiggling the babe to keep her ...
... away. After we checked in we headed to the historic district to explore. We went to the Johnson square. The square was filled with trees and we could hear the birds chirping. It's amazing how there are these little sanctuaries surrounded by skyscrapers. It's not very often that you see that. Next we went to dinner at Jazz'd Tapas Bar. The ambience in the restaurant was really chill and unique. We liked the set up of the ...
... were in such a rush. Hopefully I can get the photos from Elizabeth. Andrew received a card from Susan on The Isle of White, they both got on so well and had a soft spot for each other. Susan is on a stick and is elderly and travelled with her dear friend Ian. I was given a card from Ian and Pam in Albury and told there is a place to stay. They are travelling with a couple, the gentleman has a brain tumour and hasn't got too long, poor fellow. It was nice to see ...
Time to visit the beautiful historic city of Savannah, Georgia. We spent a day strolling the cobbled stone streets, and the river boardwalk. Lunched at Wee Willie's. Lots of very, very old buildings. Stopped off at the Candy Kitchen to taste their wares. Macleay Islanders, check out the Blue Parrot sign.
Today we have had to change our flights home, due to our visa running out on the 9th Feb, and we were due to fly out on the 10th. Don't know ...