Super 8 Brunswick/South

211 Palisade Drive, Brunswick, Georgia Coast, Georgia, 31520, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 211 Palisade Drive, Brunswick, is near Marshes of Glynn and James Oglethorpe Monument.
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    Travel Blogs from Brunswick

    Goodby Florida!

    A travel blog entry by ninapennewell on Jun 13, 2014

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    ... could slow us down time wise. Luckily it was "on demand" but we have learned that some of those bridge tenders can be persnickity and their "on demand" might not be the same as your "on demand".

    We did have some concern about the waters we would be traveling. We knew the depth of the water and the shoaling that occurs around certain areas due to the convergence of tides, inlets and rivers intersecting would be an issue based on the charts. And we were also traveling ...

    Farewell, goodbye, sniffle, sniffle

    A travel blog entry by donnae on May 18, 2014

    ... Not enough time to do a tour, but were allowed to go into the stands and check it out. Was pretty cool to see. Then we took off again and got to Brunswick for the night. Actually got off the highway and drove into town. What an I say. Very unusual town. And quite honestly wouldn't feel safe staying n town. So we headed back to the highway where there were a group of hotels and fast food restaurants together. Really just needed a bed for the ...

    Carnegies and Rockefellers Hangout

    A travel blog entry by sparcat on Apr 19, 2014

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    ... 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 ...

    Making Lemonade out of Lemons

    A travel blog entry by sparcat on Apr 18, 2014

    A total rainout day today. Optimistically, we drove to Amelia Island, Florida and Fernandina Beach. I am sure on a sunny day, it would be spectacular. We walked around the quaint town, did some driving sightseeing and had lunch at the beach. It pretty much rained all day, but at least it wasn't cold or windy. Looking forward to tomorrow with improved weather and a trip to Cumberland Island. ...

    Another Barrier Island

    A travel blog entry by thesairs on Apr 26, 2012

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    ... National Monument preserves the sight of an early fort. This fort was constructed between 1736 and 1739. General Oglethorpe - remember him? - used this fort to hold off a large Spanish invasion in 1740. He also used the fort as a jumping off post from which to explore Florida. The fort suffered a large fire in 1743 in which the magazine blew up. In 1743 General Oglethorpe also returned to England, never to return to ...