Park Lane Hotel and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
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We are here at Hilton Head, our former home, until the end of the month, and then we will head to Orlando at least for the winter.
Thanks to all of those who followed along with us on our journey. I have had over 11,000 people reading this over the many months. Who knew?
We have been in 40 of the 50 states, seen amazing scenery, too many barns to count, over 35,000 photos, met amazing people, re-acquainted with ...
... and "GIVE WILL SOME PRIVACY," I wasn't going to question the sunny attitude.
The drive was uneventful, aside from torrential downpours twice -- once along I-4 right outside of Tampa and once just south of Jacksonville. I had planned this leg as the "hurry up and get here" portion of the trip, not intending to make any stops for adventures along the way. I do appreciate, however, the creation of the family restroom, especially at rest areas. Will was ...
After resuming our journey, navigating became a bit of a challenge. We managed, even though we missed a couple of turns, to make it to Edisto Island without getting lost. We had set out from Lexington at 9:30 AM and arrived at "The House" around 8:00 PM. The total drive time was probably only 9 hours. The three stops with the pup and the hour long ordeal to save a few bucks added at least an hour and a half to hour overall travel time.
When we pulled up to ...
... everyone was once again back together for our evening get together. This time Alison made up one my favorite dishes – Lasagna!!!! Of course Noel and Kody had their own dish of spaghetti, and it was great to see Noel digging into the spaghetti like she never had eaten before. Papa Gee even started the night off right with a dino puzzle that took me about 20 minutes to figure out for Kody and some giant markers for Noel.
After dinner ...
... wetland, to harbour a sense of community, as well as making the settlement easier to defend from the constant skirmishes with Spanish forces who regularly treked up the coast from Florida in an attempt to capture Savannah.
Soon, the original two wards had grown to ten, then twenty; now, Savannah finds herself the proud owner of twenty four wards - all lined up neatly in rows of between four and six - each with its own square. Thanks to over-zealous (or probably just ...