Marriott'S Barony Beach Club
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... proudly broadcast their former status. There is a willful ignorance of the horrors that enabled the plantation lifestyle.
Would, you wonder, Americans – the liberators of Europe - countenance a Recreational Vehicle haven, or perhaps a luxury resort (with golf course) at the site of the Auschwitz concentration camp, with little ‘Arbeit Macht Frei’ fridge magnets for sale in the gift shop?
We entered the South via Virginia, where ...
... the same as camping out at the ocean's edge.
Our “work” here is nothing if not
just a way of passing our days here. We walk through the thirty-one
campsites we care for each day, making sure they are neat and ready
for the next group of campers. On the weekends the campground is
full, so then we don our vests, walk the dogs, bike ride the trails
and make small talk with all the interesting people who, in all
truth, are ...
... surrounded the pool with each side hosting plenty of shade and several different recreational venues. The right side of the "U" had a bar (closed for the season) , a small arcade which we were able to avoid letting the kids play in, and a small splash zone made out of beach balls for toddlers still not comfortable in the pool. Along the bottom portion of the “U” was Kody’s spinning game (foosball), ping pong, and corn hole as well ...
... the bus. Unfortunately the bench itself was removed years ago but we still took a photo. Something I found quite interesting was that the trees actually have this weird grey stringy moss hanging off them because the climate is quite tropical.
The next day, we had a walk along the Riverfront, and had a look around the various markets that were up. We grabbed some lunch, then went back to the Motel for a snooze, then ...
... defenders during the Civil War – crazy! Anyways, the fort was very impressive and we were both surprised by how interested we were becoming in the strategies used to fight the Civil War.
On the way back into town, we stopped at Savannah’s oldest cemetery so that Brit could take a quick peek while Mick stayed in the car soaking up the AC. Then it was on to Hilton Head, a small island right along the southeastern edge of South Carolina and not ...