Days Inn Brunswick / St. Simons Area
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Disembarking from one of the best weeks of holidays I have ever had.
Wish could stay another week. Not much sleep last night. Off the ship and had hire car by 8.30
Bit of a jigsaw puzzle getting all our luggage in the boot. But we 2 clever girls. We did it.
So the plan was to drive to at least Daytona Beach and decide what to do from there. Got here for lunch. Drove along the beach whichever as pretty neat, then stopped into Daytona ...
... There are 2 private air strips and today the Candler Family's (Coca Cola owner) private plane was in the hangar.
The island is rustic and filled with huge elms and spanish moss. We saw wild horses, a wild pig, an armadillo, and an alligator.
We also saw the church where JFK Jr. was married. This was a very small wooden church that was built by the slaves after ...
Jekyll Island was purchased in 1886 by a group of wealthy families as a private retreat. By 1900, The Jekyll Island Club membership included the Rockefellers, Morgans, Cranes and Goulds and represented over one-sixth of the world’s wealth. The Club closed in 1942 and Jekyll Island was purchased by the State of Georgia in 1947. Today, this era of Jekyll Island’s history can be revisited with a ...
... temps. Two days ago it was 80 degrees.
Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge is the largest National Wildlife Refuge in the eastern
United States and is over 402,000 acres.The Okefenokee Swamp is approximately 7000 years old and derives its name from Choctaw Indian words meaning "Land of the Trembling Earth." The swap water is very dark tea color due to tannic ...
... 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 ...