Fairfield Inn & Suites Brunswick
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... are some restrictions during certain times of the year, but generally you can work something out along your route (once you figure where you are going).
I was figuring out where to go next after leaving Jacksonville. I knew I wanted to start heading north. I looked at the website of Passport America and found a listing for an RV Park that immediately caught my eye. It was called "Walkabout RV Park", I rang and a ...
... below our second floor window.
Only a 3 hour drive tomorrow as we have done the bulk already so aiming to go to Walmart for sunshine supplies once we are near our villa.
Boring entry sorry! Much exciting thing in my opinion today was that I finally got to wear pumps instead of ...
... We walked the manicured grounds & watched as people in white played croquet with huge 4 x 4 mallets!! (Look carefully at the photo you an see a mallet standing on its own! ) I had to ask if it was called croquet because they where so big & heavy. I thought it was really funny! The first European William Horton, landed here in 1736, establishing a farm on 500 acres granted to him to grow crops to feed ...
... hole in the wall called MaRandys that made classic southern food. Chris ordered fried catfish and rice with cornbread, collard greens and yams. I got Fried chicken and rice with cornbread, mac n`cheese and buttered beans. Everything was delicious but it was enough to feed 4 people so we saved half of it for the next day. Also never order a large drink from a restaurant in the USA, you will get a bucket! Lesson learned. We walked off the food as we went ...
... Doin the Charleston’ mini bus tour, led by Marvin, the owner of said bus. He certainly knew his stuff! City first established in 1670; named for Charles II of England, the first shots of the Civil War were fired from here. Again, this City has that older feel so reminiscent of what we are used to in Europe and again, it is leafy and very picturesque. We walked a good few miles and thoroughly enjoyed the ...