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Travel Blogs from Tybee Island
... a great, dumb line, of course – there’s so much you can do with peanuts – I wouldn’t label it a stereotypical great dumb American line. That honour goes to another line Mrs Henry and I now like to use whenever we can.
It was like this. Consistent with Institute policy to avoid walking when a ride is available, Mrs Henry and I had boarded a Charleston tour bus, which meant sharing a confined space with yankee retirees from Florida. ...
... used as rice plantations... We were looking for alligators, after about the half way point we were a little disappointed .... not a gator in sight.... We were taking pictures of beautiful birds, butterflies, trees and flowers searching with the binoculars, on the look out for alligators....but alas we were pleasantly surprised, we ended up seeing so many huge alligators...in the water and ...
After leaving Hilton Head, we decided to stop and explore Savannah en route to St. Augustine. We ended up spending most of the day here and had a great time. On a side note, one of the things I have noticed changing significantly as we work our way south is the roadkill. Along the way we have seen deer, racoons and unidentifiable rodents but in South Carolina and Georgia the roadkill king is the armadillo. ...
The morning started with a walk around the campground and out to the highway A1A. We had hoped to see some wildlife, but were limited to a few egrets and squirrels, oh, and about a bazillioninch long toads. It seems the same little guys sprouted in this area also, and are jumping every which way. Unfortunately, it seems a lot of them end up on the road under passing cars….a lot of them turn into stains on the tarmac.
We pack up Babe and drive over to ...
... so moist it melted in your mouth, and none of those hard, awful little green bits I've always equated fruit cake with.
So here we are now, about to visit the historic town of Savannah. Even Southern towns with nothing to see bill themselves as "historic," and take pride in whatever historic buildings are still standing. But Savannah, we are told, has much that is worthwhile to see and we are looking forward to it with great anticipation.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility