Marina Inn at Grande Dunes
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ins and outs of being a Tour Director along with a few days off to enjoy the ports during our cruise. This is a career that I’m most definitely cut out for; the research ahead of time, the planning and meticulous follow up to ensure everything goes smoothly, knowing the top place to eat, the quirky shops, historical tidbits, the best museums - and this is just when I travel by myself or with friends. So I’ve ...
... and unlimited text and data to Nationwide plan (450 minutes) pay for text and unlimited data. I calculated cost will be $70 per month plus taxes etc. Our old hotspot plan was $99 per month. We will use the phone mainly for when we have to call Verizon or when we are in a no ATT cell service area. and put chip in the jetpack for data. Now we can resume our netflix account. Woo hoo. About another week of this beach would be perfect. Alas we head to Charleston for ...
... Texas,near Texas A & M. Mark Mears who has Mears Landscaping business and Frank Lara, a retired UPS driver. Both fun to play with. We had dinner at Pat and Bob Hinett's new home in Calabash, NC. It is a large southern style home located in a beautiful community on a golf course we're playing tomorrow. Back to our little home for showers and bed at 11 ...
... walking tour of the historic district, starting on Meeting Street and seeing the iconic "Rainbow Row" of colorful mansions along with the waterfront area and historic churches, graveyards and gardened courtyards. Following my walk I'm sure I'll have worked up an appetite for lunch somewhere nearby. After a leisurely lunch I'll be meeting my second excursion; a low-country culinary experience! Me and ...
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We drove into Huntington Beach State Park. The Huntington’s purchased the island and several thousand acres on the peninsula next to the island and when they died, there were no heirs, so the land was placed into a corporation that leases the land to the state. The will also specified that the land will never be sold or developed, but will remain for everyone to use. The Huntington's are the same family ...