Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Beaufort
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... you! Now you have an idea if this is something you might be interested in, or at the very least, a place that you would like to visit based on what you saw and read. In any case, thanks. It was a labor of love for me (sometimes extremely tedious depending on the strength of the internet) and someday when I get the time, I will put together a nice coffee table book for Nick and myself.
Sandy and Nick
... I have included a photo of where Forest runs over the bridge! Last night we booked into a motel and went exploring around the numerous islands surrounding Beaufort today but not before we had a big blueberry waffle and endless coffee. When we finally moved we visited the first school in the country attended by freed slaves, which is a whole complex of buildings down a sleepy road. We then crossed over a large swamp to visit ...
We rode on the beach again but headed in the opposite direction. We got as far as Singleton Beach where there is an inlet from the beach to a marsh area. We did not go any further. We returned back to the condo. We ate dinner at Alligator Grille. We had purchased certificates at restaurant.com. The food was ...
Beaufort is the second oldest city in South Carolina. Established in 1711 the city is located in the heart of the Sea Islands and is located on Port Royal Island. The city is renowned for its scenic location and maintaining it historic character through the preservation of it antebellum architecture.
We were able to find a place to park our 51 foot truck/5th ...
... fill. We turn inland, the beach front continues on through the
3600 block, out to where the land ends.
The jug-fill offers three stations, each just large enough to accommodate a 5 gallon jug,
I am glad ours are only one gallon. Quick and easy we are in and out, heading back
up island with the salt marsh to our left, sheltered from the wind
along the tree ...