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Travel Blogs from Brunswick
... around till we decided to move to Jekyll Island. We were headed to the pier and as usual I ended up misdirecting everyone and ended up at Jekyll Island Club Hotel. This hotel has been a site for various Hollywood movies and is also a popular wedding destination.
We ended the day in Brunswick at Vikas's Friend house with some excellent Pani Puri and an African Stew.
... for spanish moss (clothing, mattresses, packing wounds, etc) so we wandered off and sat with the wild horses for a while (photos). There were horses everywhere. The Dungenous grounds were the main tourist attraction at the island. The plantation house was built before the Civil War by the Carnegie family and houses anywhere between 200 and 500 people before it was burnt down by poachers in the 1950's (photos).
Its crunch time on our trip. With only a few days left and a lot of miles to go, we need to pack our days with lots of touring. Today we left Charleston and made a quick pit stop at a local flea market so Eric could look for a souvenir used book. Lots of interesting items and people at the warehouse. Then it was on to Georgia! After winding through Lowcountry South Carolina we finally made it to the Peach State and headed out to the coast. ...
... days ago, we left Hidden Harbor, and traveled about five miles downstream to Morningstar Marina at Golden Isles, just across a bridge from St. Simon’s Island. We are meeting friends from Grafton Harbor, Rhonda and Dave Lang, who arrive tomorrow. The Langs keep their boat, Cat’s Meow, docked at Morningstar nowadays and we look forward to spending some time with them.
Our next stop will be Savannah, and then we will be cruising ...
... slightly challenging for us in BBB but we ventured in as it looked so lovely, parked easily in the Visitor Information car park and then found that for $7 we could stay there for the night – cracked it! We hurried off to a guided bus tour of the gorgeous and interesting Savannah, walked along the River front with it’s little shops and had dinner sat at a Bar. Next day we walked around the City. It has ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking