Disney's Hilton Head Island Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... South Carolina. A town with endless tales of revolutionary war and amazing pre-civil war homes with lots of stories to tell. It's amazing to know that a city like Beaufort exists in America today. The architectural societies need to be applauded for saving so much of the history here. We loaded up on a wagon with Jake the horse at the lead and we click, clacked for close to two hours through the historic town ...
... crab and offered it up for anyone to suck/bite off, Quinn would immediately say "Me" before anyone else had an opportunity to volunteer. We may have a couple of future crab lovers or Andrew Zimmermans on our hands. Now only if we can get them as excited to eat zucchini and sweet potatoes. Too boring I guess. (Mandy's addition: I even had the chance to try crab eggs. They were chewy, and a little salty. I'd take the meat ...
... room. This hospital operated until the 1980's. It is now all boarded up. The tour ended at 8:30pm. We haeded back to the RV park. Tomorrow, we have a very busy day planned.
Sorry for the lack of photos on the last few entries. Most of the internet connections are so slow, that they won’t allow uploading ...
... pooled in your thongs! Not cool!
That night we headed out and did a bit of a pub crawl to check out a few places, we ended up back at Warehouse and met a nice American guy and needless to say the hours got away from us and we stumble home in the early hours of the morning!
At least Sam didn't get robbed this time like she did in New Orleans... well that's her excuse for coming home with an empty wallet anyway ...
... crescents are graveled and full of deep pot holes or wash-outs – what’s up with that? We spent an afternoon at the 600ft wide Forest Beach – at 90 degrees, the place was packed for12 miles.
Things we Learned:
When Englishman, Sir William Hilton was looking for a harbor his sailors called this land Hilton Head, in 1663.
Although there is lots of logging throughout the southeastern states, they ...