Red Roof Inn Hardeeville

Address: 1122 Hummingbird Lane, Hardeeville, South Carolina, 29927, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 1122 Hummingbird Lane, Hardeeville.
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      Hilton Head Island.

      A travel blog entry by photokent on Nov 08, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      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. ...

      Performing an Annual Fire Gear Equipment Check

      A travel blog entry by shark37reed on Jul 28, 2014

      ... to pump test its apparatus. Drafting pits or any other means of moving the proper volume of water ought to be found to comply. Palmetto Fire Apparatus is able to do your annual pump tests at their 12,000 sq ft facility in Ridgeland South Carolina. They realized too soon the need for total pump testing facility. Palmetto Fire have installed a 14,000 gallon in ground drafting tank. The design and style allows drafting from either just one or ...

      Historic Savannah

      A travel blog entry by jpandpa on Jun 11, 2013

      5 photos

      ... second day we did some exploring on our own and got back to the coach in the afternoon just before the storms hit. It rained all afternoon and night with high winds. There was storm damage with trees downed and electric out all around us. Luckily, we did not have the wind that areas closer to Savannah did.

      Today we lazed around until time to go on a Paula Dean tour. We now know more about PD than we ...

      We Arrive!

      A travel blog entry by jkovacs on Mar 29, 2013

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... blocks were to be used for residential purposes and trust lots would serve as the sites of civic and commercial structures. The city was expanded by replicating the pattern. Today, Savannah consists of 22 squares, each surrounded by 8 blocks.

      Tomorrow, we plan to walk around the city and visit some of the squares and famous houses. More news and pictures to follow!

      Shady Historic Savannah

      A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Nov 05, 2012

      9 photos

      ... independently, but if they married this was passed to their husbands, so maybe they thought twice! Many of these homes are also B&B and Inns, where we stayed.

      The huge Live Oak trees are a dominant feature of these streets, draped with Spanish Moss, providing an umbrella of shade over right across the streets.
      Temperatures were in the low 20s, but in the summer we ...