Red Roof Inn Hardeeville
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... br> Drove towards the border and stopped at
Walkabout RV Park in Woodbine GA. Run by an Australian guy so had a
bit of a yarn to him. Good wi-fi, electricity and hot, clean showers.
Basically the opposite of where we stayed a few days ago and only
$16.50 with our half price Passport America discount. The pool has
already been used to cool down (it was 35 degrees) and ...
... said our good-byes, and then went to get some shopping done at Sam's Club, which was nearby. On our way home with the groceries, the phone rang, and we discovered Jill's flight had been delayed, and she would have missed her connection in Chicago, so we went back to the airport and picked her up and she ...
... hanging out. He turned the heat (propane) on and it warmed up quickly in here. Suddenly about 8:50 he said we had no water. Apparently the pipes somewhere are frozen. According to the weather channel the temperature at 8:57 is 20 degrees. Plans for the day have changed a bit as there is no water, no shower. Oh well - time to catch up on some things. It's not supposed to get above freezing until 1:00. Hopefully this was the coldest night ...
... wrapped we waited and it was the highlight of or the southern part of our food trip! The bloke at the entrance was interested in our accent told us to go and see a fellow Australian around the corner who needed to hear the accent so we promised we would. First we had to go back to the Cathedral of St John the Baptist. We walked inside and it was magnificent. Andrew took a few photos of which will probably because of its grandness not do it justice. The ornate ...
... communal square at the center of the ward. The squares were designated as the neighborhood gathering spot where they held holiday celebrations and neighborhood meetings, set up markets, and generally used as a local hangout. Today the squares are decorated with statues, fountains, plaques and beautiful aromatic flowers that bloom continuously throughout the year. As we were sauntering through some of the squares we randomly bumped into Berta and Curt, a ...