Hilton Garden Inn Hilton Head
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Business Services
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What a strange day. We decided last night to go to Savannah today, so after breakfast we travelled just over 100 miles to Savannah. Pretty uneventful journey and I had researched parking so knew where to park. I chose an underground parking garage as we knew it would be hot, so wanted to keep the car as cool as possible.
We left the car park and found our way to the waterfront where we wanted to book a trip on the Dolphin Magic boat ...
... beans and rice, macaroni and cheese, greens, lima beans, and cucumber and tomato salad.
Linda and Joan drove our golf cart. I navigated. That is usually my job. We saw school houses, cemeteries, and churches. A lot of the road is just a dirt road. It was also a hot day.
After our return home, I got Pat Conroy's book The Water is Wide. As I read it, I thought "I ...
... 2 of the kids hang over the slides and give the 3rd a high five as he came down the slide. When it was Kody’s turn for this game, the two boys gave him a big five, as he exited the slide Kody was grinning ear to ear and eyes wide open right before he hit the water. I was a proud dad to see him interacting with kids this way, because there are some days Kody will keep to himself and just watch in awe at the activities going on around him. ...
... hour. We decided to break up the trip a little by using a Longhorn Steakhouse giftcard that we had. So we used Miles' phone to look up where the next restaurant was. We ate just outside Macon, and drove on. My around 8:30-9:00 at night we made it to the intersection of I-16 and I-95. We had picked up a hotel coupon booklet and found one that was a pretty good deal. When we got ...
We awoke eager to meet our mysterious host, and were soon chatting with him about all sorts of travel adventures he'd had. It turns out that Matt has walked and ridden his bike just about clear across the entire United States, and he had plenty of stories to share. After packing up and saying a big thank you to Matt, we drove to downtown Savannah in search of B. Mathew’s Eatery, a recommendation of the top breakfast spots in every state that Brit’s ...