Brunswick Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... Marina & small tourist shops. We also visited the Georgia Sea Turtle Centre where they provide informative displays, educational programs. The talk we attended was so interesting, I hadn't realized that the turtles back bones are part of the shell & what complex bodies they have. Did you know they don't have teeth but a hard carotene like mouth guard strong enough to crush hard shells!! The loggerhead is the ...
This was definitely an island for the rich and famous at one time. It was developed as a playground in the 1880s by a group of wealthy shareholders including such well known names as Rockefeller, Morgan, Goodyear, Vanderbilt. Was called Millionaires Village. Expenses: Campsite Jekyll Island State Park 1 nite: $40.00 Gas for RV ...
... behind the pool. The beach and Atlantic Ocean is right behind us. We dabbled in the water and Andrew took some top shots there. We could a fishing boat out to sea and I took a photo of a weird crab washed up and eaten. The shell is very hard and resilient but his undercarriage is an easy target. The weather is warm and muggy but very overcast from the rain we have had. We went out onto our lovely deck with the shingles for our final look before we leave. ...
... over a mile away from their house. It was like looking into our own future......we could only pray. So, I could blog on and on about all of the sweet goodbyes today. A tough one at my workplace of six years, VSU Kings Bay, I love you all! My professional grocery packers at KB Commissary, the friends that stopped and gave a hug, beautiful ladies at my favorite Navy Exchange, the gate guards, A1 Carpet ShOuT ...
... Brunswick on the coast road and passed through some pretty little towns. We imagined how it could be in Hurricane season!!! At a town called Woodbine we saw a sign saying 'Dead peoples things for sale'. Only in America.
The next few days we chilled with Kevin (who our Kevin called Kevin squared) and Lora and Tilly the dog, checking out the area together and then joining in with the rally ...