Red Roof Inn Hilton Head Island
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... you! Now you have an idea if this is something you might be interested in, or at the very least, a place that you would like to visit based on what you saw and read. In any case, thanks. It was a labor of love for me (sometimes extremely tedious depending on the strength of the internet) and someday when I get the time, I will put together a nice coffee table book for Nick and myself.
Sandy and Nick
... story in the movie. There is no actual bus stop on the square and the bench used in the movie is now housed in a museum in Savannah.
As many of you can attest, I could go on forever, but I won't. Savannah was worthy of much more time. It is full of incredible architecture and historical significance. You could spend a week here and barely scratch the surface.
On to St. Augustine.
We wondered this stretch of waterfront over two days and spent more than we should have at the small quaint little shops....
We also visited Tybee Island which had a swimming beach on the Altantic. Of course we had to go....the water was only just warm enough to be liquid but Tim and Jo swam all the same...
... we let the celebration begin with sing alongs (more like scream alongs). I can’t remember what they were called as I could hardly understand the girl as she was screaming at the top of her lungs. The one song that I do remember was the Disney shuffle because it was like the hokey pokey with a Disney twist. The songs may not have been all that memorable but watching the 3 ladies of our family dance was definitely entertaining. Arms a swinging, ...
... the paper mill where I was formerly employed, Vegas-style SCAD signage, the eerie Spanish moss hanging from the Oak trees, were all reminders of the city where I once resided. But this time I around, it was more like I was a repeat tourist, returning to a city of not too distant memory. I quickly arrived to the house of my former landlords, Kim and Angel. They were kind enough to set up accommodations ...