Hampton Inn & Suites Brunswick
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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to drive over and pick up the mail rather than have it sent by UPS. It would also give us the opportunity to
catch up with Al again.
It was great
to catch up and to meet his sister. We
all went out for dinner, chatted for a couple of hours and said our
farewells. We will catch up with Al
later in our journey when he returns from his trip to Japan.
... 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 ...
... natural beauty & gorgeous beaches. It was once the playground & private winter retreat of the rich & famous like the Rockefeller's, Vanderbilt's , Pulitzers & PJ Morgan. They sailed here in their big fancy yachts to the big fancy "cottages" & meet at the big fancy Jekyll Island Club. Founded in 1886, the Clubhouse, cottages & apartments have been restored & it's now a National ...
... because of its Spanish moss covered trees and green squares on every street corner. The architecture is beautiful and you really feel the southern charm. We did a nice long walk through the entire historic district enjoying the breeze. By lunch time we were starving and needed to get some food in us. Our van was pretty much devoid of food and we didn't feel like doing groceries so we spent a little time looking up a good southern restaurant. We found ...
... stocking stop. Our adventure would take us to Kingsley Plantation, a National Park site. This was a very productive cotton plantation back in the 1820's. In fact, the plantation was once home to over 200 slaves. It is hard to picture now since the whole place is pretty overgrown. Located a short distance down the road from the plantation is a 1920's golf clubhouse for the 'elite' of the day. It is also now run ...