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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We spent the weekend in Hilton Head Island. It was warm Friday afternoon of our arrival but we didn't do much as the traffic was heavy. I went to see the new Interstellar movie which was well done. We walked the beach Saturday morning then drove around a little but were limited in access to only 60% of island because we had kayaks on top.
The whole island is developed to blend the natural surroundings with resorts, golf courses, homes, etc. ...
... 8230;2...1...go!” I made a swift dash to the dumpster, lifted the lid just enough to slide the trash under fearing a coon might spring out to snatch the bag and turned around all in the same motion. Mission accomplished. We retreated to the Scamp and finished our night with a few games and a couple of drinks.
The next morning we packed up, took one last walk down the beach and said our farewells to Jim and Judy, promising to keep in touch. ...
... 56) and breezy but absolute perfection. This is the reason to travel!
During low tide we searched the shoreline for shells and shark teeth. After returning a couple of live sand dollars back to the ocean, we were rewarded with a beautiful one that was dead. No shark teeth today, but we have until Tues.
The woody continues to be quite a draw. That has allowed us to meet amazing people . . . . from as far away as Germany.
... Joan - Paula Deen's Lady and Sons Restaurant
Carol - Harbour Town and Savannah
Linda - the environment of bike paths and nature
Gary - everything (Gary always says this)
Peggy calculated the cost of the trip for her, Joan and myself as $425/person. That included the condo, food, gas, and Savannah. Of course, I spent some money at Harbour Town and the Tanger Malls with my purchases.
... the Gullah who live in the area. (There was an apron with some of their writing on as well as a copy of the New Testament. The person in the store gave us a little back ground – they were slaves who mostly came for Ghana where they had planted rice so they were used to work on the rice plantations of South Carolina. On our return we googled them and discovered that as they were more able to handle the fevers caused by the mosquitoes so ...