The Palms Oceanfront Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking 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 ...
... took 2.5 hours to get through despite us all having connecting flights; mainly down to the almost catatonic desk staff. There was no prioritisation and the response to those who were on course to miss their flight was "yeah, you'll probably miss it", That was it. My attempts to get a mother and son onto their flight because his Grandad had paid for him to see Paramore on a ship for his 18th (nice one Grandad), were a waste of time. NO-ONE on the staff or in the queue ...
... there was also a live presentation of the gullah culture. drayton house was the other plantation that we went to. it is the only one with the orginal house on it (about 300 years old). it was not furnished. the architecture was interesting. and outside a tour guide was presenting disturbing history facts about slave life.
we explored historic downtown charleston by foot and horse and carriage, and car. i can ...
... Patriot victory of the War) and enjoyed a nice stroll through the lowland forest. We were reminded of where we are when we read the sign telling us to watch out for alligators. We are more accustomed to looking out for bears! We had to head north from Wilmington to the battlefield, so we picked up some more back roads to hit our route down to Charleston. Only one major obstacle stood in our way...Myrtle Beach. And sadly, this being the ...
... 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 ...