Daystop Brunswick I-95

Address: 2995 US Hwy 17 South, Brunswick, Georgia Coast, Georgia, 31520-9116, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 2995 US Hwy 17 South, Brunswick, is near Hopsewee Plantation, Hampton Plantation State Historic Site, and Hobcaw Barony Visitors Center.
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Travel Blogs from Brunswick

Hey Good-Looking (1967)

A travel blog entry by lizonya on Apr 06, 2014

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... the front center seat with wide eyes and a smile from ear to ear. The room is silent. The expressions on their faces give me a boost of adrenalin. Normally, my voice shakes when I give speeches, but this time, I speak with total confidence and control. I feel like I have my audience in the palm of my hand. “I’ll break this down into simpler terms,” I continue, “so that it’s easier to understand. I’ll draw a chart ...

Southern Comfort -- Bully Style (1967)

A travel blog entry by lizonya on Apr 05, 2014

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... rotten oranges,” I complain.

“Deacon keeps hitting me,” Artiste whines.

“There’s Something About… An Aqua Velva Man,” Mom says. She is reading the little signs along the road about every quarter mile. Each sign has a few words of a commercial on it. I never see signs like this in MI. There are also giant signs with a large image on each billboard. “Brylcreem… A little Dab… ...

BRUNSWICK - AGAIN

A travel blog entry by walters2012 on Apr 11, 2013

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... Charleston, we stayed in James Island County Park out in the countryside but we knew it ran a shuttle bus service to the Town. It was perfect. Even managed to speak with June who is with her daughters in New Zealand for her Big Birthday – great. We enjoyed time there for a few days and loved Charleston – where the dance of that name came from! Again, we ‘discovered’ the City by taking ...

Shooting Stars and Flying Fish

A travel blog entry by aepietro on Jul 26, 2012

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... Jameson asked if you could get in trouble if you don't have a fishing license if the fish jump on your boat. Valid question.

I stayed up for a while after the flying fish hit me, thankful it was not a fifty pound ray, and still laughing to myself about it. After the evidence was in that it was in fact a fish, my first thought was that Aunt Eleanor had sent it. I thought it was just weird timing considering she had not crossed my mind for a while, and ...

Into The Woods (Accidentally-On-Purpose)

A travel blog entry by here-then-gone on Jul 15, 2011

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... I found myself chatting to truly lovely or weird folk who did not fail to live up to the traditional southern reputation for friendliness. First up, on the bus next to me, was Bridie (a brilliant name, I'm sure you'll all agree), a forty-something foster-mother of many who had just married her girlfriend in New York City on July 2nd (they've just passed a law there allowed civil unions). Bridie was kind enough to lend me her laptop and help me to get my bearings when I got ...