Sleep Inn I 95 North Savannah
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Off to the beach at 8am where it was already in the eighties. It is going to be a hot week here and the ocean water was warm. Very nice beach with lots of shallow water for the kids (no sharks sighted). Back to the house and into the pool. Quick lunch and then relaxed while Andy et al went to buy some more food and beverages. We are making dinner tonight with Salmon and ...
... fabulous. Plenty of water and seats for everyone, (not too many in the shade). The pool was a fun shape and had water features for the kids. I liked the water features because I like the noise water falling makes plus it drowns out other people's noise. Our condo was modern and nicely maintained. It was very easy to adapt to. Unit 106. We would come back to this resort ...
... access to Internet on the ship. We reckon the helicopter ride over the volcano will be around a grand if it's anything like the Las Vegas expedition. Chanda went over our departures and shuttle to the airport tomorrow and also a place where we could all meet for a farewell dinner at the local steak house tonight. We filled out our surveys for the trip also. We basically said we thoroughly enjoyed the trip and it met our expectation with a little less of ...
... hooking up in our travels (yay, retired friends that also RV,
need more of them!)
For all these reasons…Savannah, we will be back!!….till
then, Yes Please, and Thank You!!
Disclaimer: alot of the pictures you will see are actually
from our 2011 trip. We revisited a lot of the same places because we either had
a great time there in 2011 or because they were so interesting/memorable to us,
we had to go back again.
... a single female Yankee Floridian voice was heard:
“Key-ant they just implode it or somethin’?”
When it comes to Wilmington, Charleston and Savannah, Mrs Henry and my money is on Charleston. It is the only town out of the three to have preserved its historic core without defacing it with modern buildings, not even ones that are designed to blend in, as they say, which new buildings never do. Wilmington has a few nice old houses ...