Hampton Inn - Waycross
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
Today after a leisurely morning, we drove to Folkston - one of the entrances to Okefenokee swamp. It was a bit of a challenge getting there since the directions weren't clear and the gps didn't recognize the address. We visited the information center, watched a short film about the swamp and had a picnic lunch. Following that we rode our bikes along the 7mile swamp road loop and went to ...
Drove to Jekyl Island first today. Arrived around 1:30. Drove to the far side of the island to a picnic area and had lunch. We enjoyed a walk along the driftwood beach and took pictures of some of the interesting driftwood specimens. We were on the road again by 3:00 - heading to Waycross, Georgia. We arrived at our destination (Laura S. walker state park) some time between 4:30 and 5:00. A nice ...
... look at the Heritage Farm, they have a blacksmith shop, tobacco barn and other buildings and some farm animals.
Tomorrow we move on to Crawfordville for 3 days and plan to be home on Monday. Our trip is really winding down and we are looking forward getting home.
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The Okefenokee Swamp National Wildlife Refuge
So now we know that not all swamps are alike.This is very different to what we saw in Louisiana. In addition to gators, turtles and egrets, we saw owls, snakes and a raccoon. Lots of lily pads that are ...