- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... South Carolina. A town with endless tales of revolutionary war and amazing pre-civil war homes with lots of stories to tell. It's amazing to know that a city like Beaufort exists in America today. The architectural societies need to be applauded for saving so much of the history here. We loaded up on a wagon with Jake the horse at the lead and we click, clacked for close to two hours through the historic town ...
... Spicy Chick Pea Tacos.
Ruby had a bit of a "meltdown" from exhaustion. Quietly sobbing in the corner, her Mom asked her what was wrong. "I miss Che! He was my friend and he loved to play with me, he was so little and so cute!" She was sobbing. Che was Jim and Donna's dog who the Bradford family took care of one weekend. Ruby loved him and Che loved her. They were both young and it worked. She has never forgotten him and her parents tell me this ...
... a very expensive whiskey in a posh bar overlooking yet another swamp! Oh and I nearly forgot we went to see the movie Gravity (Sandra Bullock and George Clooney) last night in 3D and I highly recommend it for the brilliant effects and the unusual storyline. Tomorrow we are heading for Savannah further south for a night and then a 5-6 hour car journey north west to Athens in Georgia. It is difficult to really get a perspective on ...
... They are a combination of West African Coast, and those originating from the Caribbean. The combination of so many cultures culminated in one, the Gullah culture. The Gullahs have their own unique language and their history and culture are preserved at the Penn Center.
This afternoon we continue on to Oak Plantation Campground located just south of Charleston.
... miles of barrier island. Ocean and salt marsh, long needle pine, oak,
magnolia, cabbage palm and palmetto still cover the dunes. Primitive
beauty and excellent birding. The park provides a fishing peer, a
boat launch, an environmental center, a long boardwalk over the
marsh, a huge campground with electric, good water and hot showers as
well as miles of paved, singled track and handicapped access trails.
All on par ...