Hampton Inn Hinesville
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Well, we are off! The excitement has started, and for some, the anxiety levels have risen, lol. Dad, oh dad, it had been 35+ years since he has flown to Israel, and I am excited, yet scared for him to deal with the different regulations and such. They announced the normal "terrorism" ...
... plugged in and got set up for the night only to realize that during our trek through the trees we ripped off the plumbing vent stack off the roof! OOPS... good thing Jeff is a Zip-Tie Junkie because he was able to zip that thing together in 15 different places and BAM, it was back in place.
Hoping that the vent stack incident was not an indicator of our trip to ...
... bridge is, both old and new. The new one has been used in a few movies scenes. We did drive the full length of the newer bridge and walked along the old one for a little distance. It is in bad repair in parts and efforts are being made to raise money to restore it so pedestrians can continue to use it.
In the morning we went on the Everglades Tour. This is within the National Park. It was very interesting listening to ...
... that a little black dress would still look sexy when made from latex (ok maybe) but what about neoprene or cellophane? These were of more interest to Malc – a bit like the unconventional use of wood in the Against the Grain exhibition. Then - what about the little black dress for the fashion conscious man?
So, here’s your own mini guided tour, it includes some of the other exhibits that I liked too.
... Selma, for example. This is attributed to the high level of organization and training the protesters, mostly students for sit-ins, received. The courage of those kids gives me goose bumps. We saw the First African Baptist church which was built by slaves and freed blacks. Sadly, next day, was a slave auction. The church itself was a major stop on the underground railway, recognizable to runaways by ...