Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Brunswick South
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Travel day today, 5 1/2 - 6 hours. Went over a bridge that was named after Harriet Tubman. Kyler learned about her in school and memorized a poem about her and he was excited to be able to recite the whole poem, thank you miss Harris!! Stopped at Costco in savannah, gotta restock! The campground is beautiful, completely shaded and we have a 60 foot site. Can even start a fire... Yeah right. Hot and humid here. We were surprised. Haha. Looking forward to going to the ...
... The WiFi at the RV Park has been down since we got here so I will not be able to post this until it is fixed or we get some place with WiFi.
We finely have WiFi so these are the pictures from our stay in Brunswick.
... campers. It's amazing how many people sell their homes, buy motor homes, and spend years traveling. One couple were in their 80's and for the last 3 years have stayed permanently in this campground. Prior to that, they had spent many years traveling to every state. He had some interesting stories of traveling through and surviving tornado's, storms, mountains etc.
Toured the old town of Fernandina Beach and then cruised ...
Today was a fairly cold day with rain in the afternoon. We did some walks around the island and then got bikes and explored more.
Sea Island is quite interesting. There are about 600 residences on the island. The landscaping and flowers are beautiful. It's a very quiet and safe area.
Near the Cloisters, as part of the resort, is the Beach Club, which has several pools and restaurants.
... Georgia - a place I had never heard of, and indeed somewhere I wouldn't have dreamed of going 24 hours before.
Dropped off in the Brunswick Greyhound station (which was, in truth, a parking lot outside a shut-down hardware store), I soon found a taxi that could just about take me to the Hostel in the Forest. I say 'just about', because no one in the taxi office knew what a hostel was (one guy's helpful suggestion was 'where people go to die'. Great). One man had heard of ...