Hilton Garden Inn Beaufort
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... must have been the Red Bull. We even got to drive by Paula Dean's famous Savannah restaurant, Lady & Sons. The most appealing thing about Savannah was their town squares. Originally there were 24 squares within the historic downtown (now only 22) that allowed the residents of the 1700's to mix, mingle and socialize.
Driving back to Bluffton, we opted for dinner in the little town rather than hang in ...
... slaves. In the years following the Civil War, most of these houses have disappeared either from neglect or fire. The remaining are privately owned and open to the public once a year during the Edisto Island Historic Preservations Society's tour in October. We won't be here for the tour but will catch a glimpse and get a feel for it all at the Museum.
Items left behind by those who came to the Island have and still can be found - pottery ...
... one night) - just a small block of green grass and trees. Then it was back to the room, had a bath in the footed tub (big enough for two) and then reading until bed.
Sunday 7/7 Had a fabulous breakfast in the cafe at the hotel - delicious almond french toast, and good grits. Hated to leave, even thought briefly about staying another ...
... an emphasis on tourism, with its boutiques and eateries, much classier than Myrtle Beach, but not as prosperous.
Traveling from Charleston we make our way to another historic town, Beaufort, SC. Passing through Beaufort we head directly to the stunning Hunting Island State Park. This is reputed to be South Carolina's most popular park and I can see why.
Located on a barrier type of island, the Atlantic pounds the shore while ...
... winter along the South Carolina coast. While
sanderling and willet feed at waters edge, we search for the shells
and sharks teeth the ocean casts out. Sunshine or clouds, in calm or
through wind, time spread out before us, we plod along, picking
though the rubble of the passing tides searching for little things to
Campground after campground we set-up
our residence, complete with bird feeder. We talk with others ...