Days Inn Hardeeville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Hardeeville
... must have been the Red Bull. We even got to drive by Paula Dean's famous Savannah restaurant, Lady & Sons. The most appealing thing about Savannah was their town squares. Originally there were 24 squares within the historic downtown (now only 22) that allowed the residents of the 1700's to mix, mingle and socialize.
Driving back to Bluffton, we opted for dinner in the little town rather than hang in ...
... were in such a rush. Hopefully I can get the photos from Elizabeth. Andrew received a card from Susan on The Isle of White, they both got on so well and had a soft spot for each other. Susan is on a stick and is elderly and travelled with her dear friend Ian. I was given a card from Ian and Pam in Albury and told there is a place to stay. They are travelling with a couple, the gentleman has a brain tumour and hasn't got too long, poor fellow. It was nice to see ...
... on the bleachers with our banner that Colton's girlfriend Olivia had made, and waited for the buses to bring the soldiers (they announced one bus broke down on the way from Hunter Air Base, but they were not too late). Mary Dawn ran up and hugged her dad first, such a happy, crying face she had. We all hugged and rejoiced in her return to us! We are SO glad she is back in the US. After more hugs and welcoming, we decided ...
... t subscribed to the channel we needed, so I practically bolted back to the hotel and watched the game on my iPad… I stayed up until the end, didn't tune out and stuck fat even though the game blew out in the last 20 mins… it was a disappointing result but we were beaten by a better team on the day… We have an early,start tomorrow… next stop Raleigh North Carolina, via ...
... the staff offering us what we needed, even before we knew we needed it.
A trip to Savannah cannot take place without seeing:
Bonaventure Cemetery - take a nice day, some comfortable shoes and stroll through this cemetery which was built in a time when cemeteries were parks. Don't forget to stop, get a map and talk to one of the staff. They will fill you in on stories both big and small.
Forsyth Park - Strap on your running shoes and jog ...