Park Lane Hotel and Suites
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Park Lane Hotel and Suites Hilton Head
Travel Blogs from Hilton Head
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 ...
... city's historic district. Savannah managed to escape destruction during the American Civil War due to some crafty diplomacy.
I will not bore you with too many details but Wright Square was one of our favorite squares. It was the second one built by Oglethorpe. It has a memorial to Tomochichi, who was the chief of the Yamacraw tribe. Oglethorpe and Tomochichi worked together for the good of both ...
... for places
to go in the coming new year. Things are looking good for the coming months! Don't loose heart! stick around!
Take Care, Do Good Work,
Teena came across this the other day, I
think it catches our feelings at the moment.
From Robert Louis Stevenson:
"I travel not to go anywhere, but to go.
I travel for travel's sake. The great affair is to move."
... 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 ...
... a two hour tour of the Historic Downtown Savannah area. We saw many Antebellum era homes. Our tour ended back at Fort Jackson where we got back into our cars. Some folks went back to the RV Park, and some stayed downtown. We all met again at Paula Deen’s Lady & Son’s Restaurant in downtown Savannah for dinner at 7:45 pm. We returned to the RV Park about 9:15 pm.
Tomorrow is a travel day to Charleston, ...