Wild Dunes Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... him in Williamsburg. Mom and Dad return to our car after spending ten minutes in the Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce.
“What did they say,” I ask.
“We are going to live in a duplex with a swimming pool, which is next to a hotel on the Atlantic Ocean,” Dad exclaims.
“YEAH!” we cheer. “We love swimming pools! They’re so much better than a cold lake.”
... met up with John and Denise Lillis who arrived aboard their boat, Blarney Castle, just after we docked. We had "buddy boated" a bit with the Lillises last fall and it was good to see them again. We helped Denise celebrate her birthday by joining them for dinner at the Cork and Bottle in New Smyrna. Denise introduced us to a taste of "Fireball Whiskey" - think of melted Red Hot jaw breakers with a kick. :) The Lillises were headed south so we took ...
... up and down the edge of the river and I think that may have discouraged the dolphins from doing their thing. No matter, it was still a fun excursion and a great way to see more of the beach.
By the time we arrived back at the parking lot, we were bushed! It was SO hot, and we had been outside ALL day--from 10:30am-4:30pm! We came straight back to the hotel and enjoyed nice, cool showers! That brought us back to life, and we headed downtown ...
... arrives (in the summer season), the entire highway is a one-way exit !
In Savannah we had lunch at a place called the Kayak Kafe. They mostly serve sandwiches, salads and soups. Go to http://eatkayak.com for more information.
After lunch we walked alongside the Savannah River then drove to the town of Beaufort, which was about 1 hr drive along the coast. ...
... day - bourbon".
Charleston is a must see, recently anointed the most visited tourist city in the world, finally edging out San Francisco (or at least this is what we were told by an unofficial source on the beach one day), with its architecture, plantations, history and charm. We spent a day riding the free trolley bus, strolling Rainbow Way and Market Street and admiring ...