Sleep Inn & Suites Pooler
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Great place to stay especially when there's a Law Enforcement convention staying here.
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So we start this next update about where the last one left off....freezing our asses off! Left Moss Point Mississippi with a hard freeze on the trailer and the wind blowing gale force but at least the sun was shining! There's always a bright side to every cloud....yep, I keep blowing that smoke up my ass hoping it will stick.
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Didn't Gilligan's Island start like this? The only time it rained on Hilton Head was the minute Sue and I stepped onto a big, metal boat to go looking for dolphins! We took the boat out of Shelter Cove. It was only $16 each and we did see Dolphins. The tour guide didn't talk much about the wildlife....but he did talk! Despite the rain, we had a nice little river cruise. (I thought we were headed to the ocean but ...
... area and a large fountain. We had a coffee at Goose Feathers Cafe which is on Barnard just before the square. We walked down to the river and walked along and by accident found the elevator back up which led us to Johnson Sq. Then Reynolds and warren. We skipped Washington Sq. and went instead to Columbia, then Oglethorpe, Wright and Chippewa, then Madison, Lafayette and then we were back to Troup. All in all we left at 11:00 and ...
... of Nombre de Dios, we only had time to drive throughout the city to see the old Spanish Fort, Castillo San Marco; Lightner Museum; Flagler College; the Bridge of Lions; and the Oldest House. The girls walked down St. George street, past the Oldest Wooden School House, to the City Gates.
We had lunch at Aunt Kate's, along the intracoastal waterway, and then drove on to Savannah where we stayed at the Marriott Residence Inn. Our hotel was ...
... window and commenced crying almost nonstop for 500 miles. Andrew seemed easier. Like he might have calmed himself, but I remember he had a 400 mile limit and we used to have to rub his feet and such. Plus I never attempted 1000 miles when he was a toddler. Toddlers need to walk around and explore. They seem to have zero imagination. So Ana just focused on her teething pain. We stopped often and let her walk around and play, but ...