Brunswick Park Hotel
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... Isles(group of four barrier and the mainland port city of Brunswick).
We started by having lunch with Vikas and Anjali's friend's in St Simon Island at the Tup Tim Thai restaurant. I haven't had such good thai food in a while. While waiting for everyone to arrive, Vikas and I strolled into a local beer shop where they brew their own beer and also we can buy draft beer in Growlers(portable beer bottles).
Then we headed to the Beach ...
... Hillary wanted to feed them and keep them around, but I wasn't going to let that happen. We have some cool pictures of the campsite and sun going down at this time.
Animals came and went all night. Our tent is basically just a mosquito net that has a rain tarp that keeps water out if need be. The weather was clear so we saw everything coming through the site. The raccoons didn't bug us after they found out there ...
... graces the cover of the book is no longer in the cemetery). With the storms, we weren't able to walk around as much as we'd like, but what we did see was gorgeous. Victorian gravestones and monuments including the famous "Gracie" statue memorializing a young Savannah girl who died as a child. All of this framed by the twisting branches of Southern Live Oaks covered in Spanish moss (which is not actually moss, its a bromeliad...). ...
... 8217;t have to take Florida history in school – never would remember all that!
After we left Fernandina, it was a short hop to St. Marys, GA. Yep, we finally left Florida. St. Marys (without the apostrophe), is another quaint town on the coast with a rich history. It’s here where tourists catch a ferry to go to Cumberland Island, a National Seashore. The modern history of Cumberland Island is that it was once the winter home of ...
... Charleston, we stayed in James Island County Park out in the countryside but we knew it ran a shuttle bus service to the Town. It was perfect. Even managed to speak with June who is with her daughters in New Zealand for her Big Birthday – great. We enjoyed time there for a few days and loved Charleston – where the dance of that name came from! Again, we ‘discovered’ the City by taking ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services