Marriott's Harbour Point and Sunset Pointe at Shelter Cove
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the GPS for Savannah which was about a 35-minute drive from Bluffton.
For years we've thought about going to Savannah, but it was somewhat of a disappointment over what we saw in quaint Beaufort and Bluffton. We ended up taking a hop-on/hop-off tour bus driven by "Tammy" - a lady from Winchester, Tennessee that drove the bus with her left foot, her whole body turned to the passengers and just couldn't ...
Travel party (my mom, roommate (Ashley), and myself) left Lexington, SC around 3:15 pm Friday.We managed to avoid most of the traffic taking I-26 towards Charleston then taking the I-95 exit towards Savannah. Once in Bluffton, around 6, we called in a pizza from Giuseppis Pizza. We arrived there 30 minutes before our order was ready,therefore my roommate and I had time to enjoy a draft beer since mom was such a dear to be the driver. ...
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In Live Oaks Campground you can hear
the surf pounding against the beach but, you'er not at the beach. The
smell here is not the smell of the ocean, it is the smell of the
smell of a salt marsh. Here it smells of the earth's primordial soup,
stirred twice a day by forces even greater than the ocean itself.
Here, is a true Maritime Forest filled
with giant long ...
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