Econo Lodge Beaufort
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Travel Blogs from Beaufort
... Glover concert. We started the evening by eating dinner at Robert Irvine's restaurant Nosh. The food was good and we like watching his show "Restaurant Impossible".
Kate and Liv were thrilled when we got to the concert because Candice Glover arrived in a limo and walked right in front of us. I was reprimanded for not having the camera to take a picture. The ...
... That is 605 acres of old growth forest with a few small lakes and lagoons. There are trails and small roads throughout. The main draws of this preserve are a shell ring constructed by indigenous people 7500 years ago and alligators. The best chance to see the alligators is early in the morning so we dragged the kids out at 8:00 am. Liv was freaked out right from the start, she did not want any part of a close encounter with ...
Yesterday was a long day of travel. I went for a another short walk first thing and ate breakfast. My people packed up all the things we'd taken into the nice place we'd stayed overnight - then they left! I climbed onto of my mommy's open suitcase on the desk and stayed there so they wouldn't forget me! Mommy laughed so hard when she saw me on the suitcase!! We all got in the car and ...
We went here on a side trip from Hilton Head, as we read a Conde Nast Traveller magazing, that desribed it as the best hotel anywhere. Well, you have to check that out, donīt you??
The arrival was pretty impressive. At a gate, a guard checked our names, told us to drive a further four miles, and handed us a CD to listen to en route. It would tell us about the resort....nice.
The bungalow we had been assigned didnīt disappoint either...a full sitting room, huge ...
... winter along the South Carolina coast. While
sanderling and willet feed at waters edge, we search for the shells
and sharks teeth the ocean casts out. Sunshine or clouds, in calm or
through wind, time spread out before us, we plod along, picking
though the rubble of the passing tides searching for little things to
Campground after campground we set-up
our residence, complete with bird feeder. We talk with others ...