Main Street Inn & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... know how to fully articulate all i saw & heard & tasted & felt & smelled (& i'm not only referring to the fishy freezer hehe) anyway...it was a special time to be able to go out this am& collect some shells & to take it in. I will include some pictures of the lovely time out this morning. Enjoy! Oh!! I was alsoable to capture a pic of A butterfly!!! That made my day!! Now, we are off to myrtle!! ...
... for places
to go in the coming new year. Things are looking good for the coming months! Don't loose heart! stick around!
Take Care, Do Good Work,
Teena came across this the other day, I
think it catches our feelings at the moment.
From Robert Louis Stevenson:
"I travel not to go anywhere, but to go.
I travel for travel's sake. The great affair is to move."
... 7 other people in the pool when we got there leaving us our choice of lounge chairs to control. We walked to the back entrance and let everyone else in to admire our private place at the beach. I thought this is what it must be like to be a millionaire. The beach house consisted of an H shaped pool that was divided into a recreation area for kids and a swimming area for those that wanted to stay healty with laps. The building itself was a ...
... before and after the Civil War. In fact the Savannah Cotton Exchange building was erected in 1886 with 2 million tons of cotton a year being shipped from this port. Today the wharf area caters to locals and tourist with gift shops, restaurants and a candy store that makes their own candy on premises. You can watch them make fudge, pralines, peanut brittle, saltwater toffee and more. The saltwater toffee machine was fascinating to watch.
We leave the ...
... actually going to be a fort. And what a fort it was! This place was huge – a massive pentagonal wall seven feet thick and almost entirely intact after 200 years. We learned that it was one of 30 coastal forts constructed after the War of 1812 as a national defense system, and that it required 25 million bricks to construct the fort’s 7.5-foot thick walls. Embedded sporadically in the walls were 30-pound shells that the Union had fired upon the ...