Fairfield Inn & Suites By Marriott Hilton Head Island/Bluffton
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and of course the fishing, so if you have never been here, would put it on your places to visit. So a couple of place we dined at, (Zunzi's), which is a sandwich shop....I think they were on the food network or something like that.....they are located in Savannah, Ga. and then we ate at the Longhorn steak house in Bluffton, SC......always good to get a steak.....heading to Myrtle Beach tomorrow, making a couple more stops for more opportunities. So until then CYA down the road.
... Happy to say, we made it home without seeing one penguin.
Today (Happy Father's Day!) was much more laid back…Marcus even slept in until 10 am! We did some laundry, repacked the car, did some more laundry, and enjoyed spending a relaxing day with our friends. The only twist to the day was when Julianne and the girls brought out a HUGE gift-wrapped box with our name on it. I think ...
... it." It's not the Ritz, but the Embassy Suites in Charleston is very nice…except for that darn pile driver.
For lunch, Marcus navigated our way to Bertha's Kitchen in North Charleston for soul food. He had read about this place on a food blog and it did not disappoint. Fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, green beans, cornbread, fried fish (that they fry up fresh when you order), ...
... monthly passes which I understand. It was closed when we arrived initially but it was open when we got back at 2:30 so it worked out perfectly. The bathroom is modern and the shower is large and nice. Internet is free too which is great. A lot of value here and you are right on bay street which is a central walk to everything downtown and only a short walk across the street and down the steps (be careful those are a doosy!) to River Street.
We went ...
... is second only to New York. The city was due to be filled with people for the weekend and as Dyanne our host is the City Clerk for Savannah she helped us to prepare ourselves for what we were about to witness. We set off from Charleston at 4 in the morning and arrived in Savannah at dawn to take up a pre booked parking space at the Savannah visitor centre before the roads were closed for the parade. We had time to freshen up in the Motorhome before joining ...