South Beach Inn
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... and Hawks/Giants and Packers games.
Thought we might spend a week here but tomorrow, we will drive back to Edisto Island to spend the week at the quiet state park on the beach relaxing and re-energizing before the next phase. It's more isolated and relaxed. This place is pretty but a little too upscale for our budget and too many people. My aren't we just turning into the recluses?
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Y'all will be pleased to know that this will be a relatively short update compared to the Tennessee missive. Not that we haven't seen and done lots, just that it's short on Elvis and BB King trivia. But first, I'm sure that for those who've asked there would be twice as many who are keen to know but haven't. No, we didn't get to Dollywood. Kylee is, however, very much looking forward to visiting Holyland in Orlando now.... We did drive out ...
... walked in the room and wanted to swim at first sight. Poor Alison didn’t even get a chance to set foot in the room before the kids were saying lets go swimming. Of course Kody is big enough to realize to go the pool you have to change into your bathing suit so he stripped down to nothing and started streaking across the room. Thank god the rooms were dark enough you couldn’t see in. Noel on the other hand can’t quite get her ...
We exchanged homes in Hilton Head in a house which overlooked a nature reserve then a fabulous beach. we were able tolook out on many types of birds and water life. The residents of this area are a contrast of rich and very poor - itīs hard to get your head around that. US presidents attend Hilton headīs golf courses as do wall street executives. We frequently saw private jets flying overhead towards ...
... chosen that hotel smack dab in the middle of the historic district. The Four Points was close to River Street, which was highly recommended by my mom's friend, Connie (originally from Savannah). I checked in to my room and found my accomodations worthwhile. I booked the early tour on the Ghost Trolley and made my way down to River Street. Concierge told me it was a quick 5 minute walk, but 15 minutes later I arrived at their booth. I was the last person to board the trolley ...