Disney's Hilton Head Island Resort
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We got on the road as early as possible, but we still had a solid 5 hours of driving plus stops. Our stops became longer- I think we were all tired of being in the car at this point. We arrived in time for cookies and lemonade! Caitlyn talked with two lovely Cast Members about Shadow and was very concerned with trying to find her.
... several pools on the property, one heated, but it was too cool for us to want to take a plunge.
Thank goodness, we were back in the room when a storm came through. Later the two of us drove to Bullie's BBQ which we had seen while looking for a lunch place. Not a fancy establishment but very good food---pulled pork sandwich, fries, slaw and drink.
... friendly, dog friendly laid back atmosphere with hundreds of trinkets, signs and knickknacks hanging from almost every square inch of the "diningroom". The diningroom is a plastic enclosed screened in porch built around a kitchen. The girls had fun playing a labyrinth game and searching the Eye Spy list on the back of the menu. Crispy fish tacos, soft fish tacos with lime Crema were the orders placed today along with beer, wine and lemonade. Oh and I must mention the onion rings! ...
After resuming our journey, navigating became a bit of a challenge. We managed, even though we missed a couple of turns, to make it to Edisto Island without getting lost. We had set out from Lexington at 9:30 AM and arrived at "The House" around 8:00 PM. The total drive time was probably only 9 hours. The three stops with the pup and the hour long ordeal to save a few bucks added at least an hour and a half to hour overall travel time.
When we pulled up to ...
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