Quality Inn & Suites Georgetown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Georgetown
... Electric heat is still in order to stay reasonably comfortable. We're going to play backgammon and listen to music before retiring. We're hoping to get underway again tomorrow with either McClellanville or Price Creek as possible destinations. Not much else to report. We're enjoying this beautiful antebellum community and the true southern hospitality from everyone we've met. The restaurants are good and the facilities here at Harborwalk are first ...
... river, southern sunset, cold American beers and delicious food. We tried a few classic southern dishes... Grits, which is a creamy ground corn dish, almost like a dip (tastes amazing), Gumbo with prawns and spicy sausage, which is similar to a stew and fresh Grouper, thats a white flesh fish. The food was so good and cheap. $33 for four beers, main meals and (compulsory) tip.
We had a fantastic overnight trip to Georgetown, a stunning small southern town. ...
... in the car for Mom & Dad. They return an hour later.
“We won’t be staying in Williamsburg after all, “ Dad informs.
“Why not?” we ask.
“Because 90% of the population are Negros, and the schools are segregated,” Mom explains. “We are headed for the coastal city of Myrtle Beach, SC, which is a navy town.”
We drive along the sunny coastline on our way to ...
... how Pete and Connor feel after motoring the majority of last week too. As motoring makes for pretty comfortable movement on board, we have been able to focus on getting some projects done. I’m trying to master some seamstress skills (ha!) and fix up a button for one of the settee cushions. Connor is working on making a bigger hammock to keep some of our fresh produce in. And Pete is polishing everything in sight. Today he ...
... Moss lined the waterway on our side, and grassy marsh lands covered the horizon on the other, the view was especially nice at sunrise the following morning.
After Jesse and Lauren set up camp and I finished sniffing out the new territory we headed in search of a restaurant called See Wee that the humans had found in the Road Food book (it's a guide on road food across the US, a bit hit or miss- in this case a hit!) See Wee ...