Disney's Hilton Head Island Resort
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... keeper’s house has period correct furnishings.
Across the street, there is a massive cement coastal defense gun emplacement that was built during the Spanish-American War and was an active military installation until the end of WWII. Inside one of the batteries, they have a museum that contains several displays and artifacts that are related to the military units and those who were assigned ...
... meal a day and each person pay for a meal to cut back on costs. It also helped that we had a free place to stay:) Fabulous food, family, and fellowship sums up the Hilton head heaven weekend.
Of course, I had to make a to do list for where to go on the next trip. Most of them are restaurants such as One Hot Mama's, Up the Creek Pub and Grill, and Wiseguys. I also want to do the Salty Dog Cafe Happy Hour Crusie.
... s wedding. It was fun! We ate at "Moon River Bar and grill'. It was pretty good. After hanging out there we came back to the hotel and I quickly slipped into my swimsuit and headed towards the pool with Ashleigh, to have a quick 5-second swim:). (Until we got kicked out by the employee. hehe) :) After that we went back up to our room to fall gently into a soft ...
... were up this morning and did more walking tours - Savannah is set up on a series of squares so there is a beautiful spot every block or so, always filled with squirrels much to Maddie's delight! And you should see the buildings... oh my goodness, they are just stunning and so filled with character. I have taken millions of pictures so get ready when I get home! There is a massive art college here and everything seems very creatively orientated - I think you would love it ...
... the southeast.
We make our way to the riverfront and are surprised to learn the Port of Savannah is the third largest on the east coast, next to New York and New Jersey. A river walk is lined with plaques that give us a history lesson of the city from the early settlers, development of the rice and cotton trade and plantations, slavery, Savannah's involvement in the civil war, WWII and the importance of shipping to the economy. ...