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
We are almost there!! Started out around 7pm in Rochester....does NOT seem like we have been in the sled 12 hours!! It has been a smooth ride with a fabulous divine appointment!! Will share more bout that later. Our ETA is 11:30 a.m. So grateful that we travel so well together. It is smooth & easy & fun. The sun is rising :) yay! I love the sun!! Gonna soak it up. Yes ...
... was dirty, even one couch with a slip cover that could be laundered was filthy. In all fairness, this is our first experience with a "pet friendly" rental. Maybe this is what we should expect of furniture. The dishes and overall cleanliness though, should not be acceptable regardless of how pet friendly a property is.
The dishes were disgustingly dirty and even had dog hairs on them. The place came with a nice Bosch dishwasher, but apparently it went unused before ...
... 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, ...
... of town. Anglo-Saxon architects were evidently less dramatic than their more vivacious Continental cousins, but this sobriety afforded the houses here an understated grace that you couldn't find elsewhere (as beautiful as the Spanish and French colonial towns I'd visited undoubtably were). Many buildings weren't painted, but their bare red bricks gave them the impression of being solid and enduring; the darkly painted shutters flanking their rectangular windows complemented ...