Howard Johnson Inn Beaufort / Parris Island
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The views from the top of the 167 steps were gorgeous even though the weather turned a little chilly today. The visitors centre in this State Park (which surprisingly stayed open despite the government shut-down debacle) had a great sign on a small fence surrounding yet another swamp - I won't spoil the surprise as I have included it as a photo! We then had a lovely dinner in downtown Beaufort ...
... Upon attempting to hand wash a glass, we discovered there was no water pressure. In fact the water merely trickled out of all faucets. My wife called the emergency number only to be told there must be a city thing since a few units had called with the same problem. After 30 or 40 minutes of frustration from turning on faucets trying to wash our hands for fill up a dog bowl with water, only to realize, "oh yeah we don't have any water", I called the number again. This time the ...
... and take a stroll. The town is just spectacular. Small is the proper description, but inviting. The homes that surround the downtown area are large and beautiful. Crops of indigo, rice and sea island cotton brought great wealth to the region. Of course none of this woud have been possible without the use of slave labor.
The local slaves and their descendants are know ...
... works at the very foundation of a lot of us.
Imagine the grin that crossed my face, while looking back and discovering just such a nugget! Simply,that I had maintained some structure over the past year! Something that I was doing, not to fulfill some promise or resolution I might have made last new years eve, but a thing that I did because I enjoyed and looked forward to it each week. Nothing ...
Enjoyed a bus tour of Historic Savannah and ate lunch at the 'Whistle Stop' in a old railroad car. Had some very good fried green tomatoes and okra along with our sandwiches.
Drove out to Tybee Island to see the light house and was invited by a very nice man to enjoy the ocean from their private beach.
Also drove to Hilton Head, South Carolina to explore the island and see its light as well.