Howard Johnson Hotel Brunswick
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and Tom took the opportunity to go for a ride on a couple of bikes that belonged to Troy and his family. Margaret and I took the opportunity to watch them.
It would have been good to be able to spend a little more time with this Aussie expat, but it is time to move on. Next step on the unplanned agenda is South Carolina.
... below our second floor window.
Only a 3 hour drive tomorrow as we have done the bulk already so aiming to go to Walmart for sunshine supplies once we are near our villa.
Boring entry sorry! Much exciting thing in my opinion today was that I finally got to wear pumps instead of ...
... on the coast. He built his house using the local oyster shells, sand & lime made into a mortar. We did a very scenic 22km bike ride around 2/3's of the island. One side of the island you ride under the pretty Live Oak Trees & hanging Spanish moss & on the other side is the wide open beaches & sand dunes of the Atlantic Ocean. With clear blue sky's it was a perfect day to get some excercise & check ...
... the car and Chris got some work done in the van. We made our way out of Savannah and along the Georgia coast to Waynesville, a small town with an inexpensive campsite. We noticed our auxiliary battery was being a little lazy so we needed a campsite to plug into for the night. The campsite was hunting and fishing site but it was quiet and dark. They had no showers or bathrooms but the campsite owner let us use the fishing cabin as it wasn’t rented ...
*** To place this in context and view the timeline, begin by clicking on 'About This Blog' *** Monday, 22 October 2012 Today the idea was to return to the roads less travelled, traverse Georgia and reach the Gulf of Mexico (for a swim the following morning). The trip started on roads with several small towns. It was quite concerning the number of pawn shops, consignment shops and repo depots; selling large items such as vehicles, equipment, machinery, etc. Many ...