The Palms Oceanfront Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... While the boat was out of the water, we stayed at the Naval Air Station Lodge which was a short distance from the boatyard, and John was able to check on the work that was being done while doing some projects himself. Huckins did a great job, by the way, and we highly recommend them to other interested boaters.
Between Manatee Cove Marina and Huckins, we made stops in Titusville, New Smyrna, Palm Coast and St. Augustine, Florida. In New ...
... lowcountrybistro.com. I was told that "low country" is simply a new name for southern food. I had shrimp with fried green tomatoes and my parents shared jambalaya (rice and chicken) and a salad . Then we walked back to our hotel where we went up to the roof top and drank Coca-Cola and watched the docks. The Coca-Cola center had given us each a free bottle!
We rested for a ...
... and baja sauce - all that on one tortilla), a lighthouse, fishing piers and Fort Moultrie (i'm driving through Sullivan's when suddenly I realize a dozen confederate soldiers, muskets on their shoulders, are marching toward me in the middle of the street - no one watching, no parade, just Rebs]. Across from Poe's, another restaurant pretty much sums up the attitude of the island on it's daily lunch special sandwich board, "soup ...
... always unpredictable, which is what makes painting so much fun.
"Seaworthy" was another attempt at depicting an old guy, which seems to be a recurring theme. This one was done in Ocean City, while still dreaming of that rockfish slaughter we were going to have. Turns out my brother slaughtered about 8 forty pounders three days after we left.
... have decided to check out Seabrook Island. Passing the Angel Oak entrance we laugh at how poorly we planned this trip today. It is a long drive out to the island and there are no restaurants or bars. Only private residences ranging from mansions on the water to barley shacks and or ancient trailer homes. Finally, we get to a circular turnabout and woops missed our exit to Seabrook. Oh well, ...