Suburban Extended Stay Hilton Head
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... handed palmetto roses from a vendor and posed for a photo shoot. Next on the agenda…candy store, of course! We finally made it back to the cars around 9:30 pm…both kids and adults ready for a good rest.
What I failed to mention earlier (that Maxwell insists I include) is when we went to Savannah, we went in two cars, the Dads and girls in one, and Julianne, Maxwell, and I in another. ...
First, our hearts and prayers go out to the victims, their families, and the community affected by the horrific shootings at the African Methodist Episcopal Church. A senseless act of violence, and a reminder that life is a gift to be cherished.
With that thought in our hearts, we hugged each other close and headed out together to see what the day would bring. We wandered back to Market Square ...
... and biked many miles in two days. We are expecting rain tomorrow but the rest of the week looks cool and sunny. Looking forward to a lot more walking, biking and possibly some golf. Oh, yeah don't forget we will be having hush puppies at the Salty Dog, Gullah food at Di's but will be able to work it all ...
... where we docked for a couple of days. We had a fun time here and toured Brookgreen Sculpture Gardens as we helped Elise celebrate her birthday! We enjoyed a sunset by the ocean before dinner at a local restaurant where we competed in a rousing game of Trivia with fellow diners.
We continued to Osprey Marina for an overnight stay and refueling, then cruised on to North Myrtle Beach. We had our first alligator sighting about 30' behind ...
... and the campground was beautiful. Road our bikes on the trails along the marshes and it was not easy especially with Karen’s road bike. Roots, Roots, Roots but it still was a great ride with stops to read the markers along the way and an observation tower searching for birds migrating. There were alligator ponds, an old liquor still, earthworks from the civil war, shell midden, freshwater slough ...