Magnuson Sugarbush Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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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 ...
... because of its Spanish moss covered trees and green squares on every street corner. The architecture is beautiful and you really feel the southern charm. We did a nice long walk through the entire historic district enjoying the breeze. By lunch time we were starving and needed to get some food in us. Our van was pretty much devoid of food and we didn't feel like doing groceries so we spent a little time looking up a good southern restaurant. We found ...
... Our sunshine has turned liquid the past few days, but this is the rainy season in these parts. When tropical storm, Andrea, moved across the region, we were at Ortega Landing Marina in Jacksonville safe and sound. The marina is advertised as a “hurricane hole” because of its protected location on the Ortega River away from the Atlantic Ocean. We learned that the last hurricane to hit the area around Jacksonville was in 1964. Since we ...
... seaboard of United States. Many of Georgia's barrier islands are among the most pristine anywhere. Geologically these remarkable islands are considerably younger than the mainland. Some came into existence approximately 30,000 years ago; others emerged only within the last 5,000 years. Jekyll Island, in fact, has added almost 20% to it's size in just the last 50 years.
Along Georgia's 100 miles of shoreline the Atlantic Ocean has no ...
... of stuff. NZ doesn't have the range of vege greens that we’ve been sampling – kale, collards, mustard greens, turnip greens, all yummy and interesting – maybe a market opportunity?
Then roll on down the road; the beat going on, and on, long straight roads through flat lands, but still running through forests, they have been almost continuous, down the length of this eastern part of the country. We’ve driven ...