Inn At Palmetto Bluff, A Montage Resort
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... sea. It’s humid as hell and is punctuated by lots of flatness and slight rise/ fall. Nothing you could call a hill and nothing you could call totally flat.
Nicole is wearing her Santa hat today and lots of old dudes at rest stops like to use that as a key to conversation. At some gas station a guy buying a 12 pack of keystone and wearing head to toe camo (desert storm tan / light green) asks me “Was that ...
... bar. The beach is beautiful, the white sand seems to go on for miles and is really wide, definitely one of the best we've seen. The sun was so strong despite the clouds and wind and we both got a bit burned. After checking in we headed back to the beach for the lovely sunset and had dinner at the hotel restaurant. Don't worry we're eating well. I don't have burger and chips for every meal, tonight I had pizza! ...
My sisters again went to the pool while I stayed inside. I worked on writing test questions for a publishing company. I do contract work for a publishing company.
After lunch, we again rode our bicycles on the beach and on the island.
At dinnertime, we rode our bicycles to the Sea Shack. We stood in line for 30 minutes this time, and again, the food was good.
It is a 3 hour drive for us to Hilton Head Island. Along the way we stopped at a roadside vendor to purchase some fruits and vegetables. We also rented our bicycles from Atlantic Bike Rentals again. We like this guy.
... the vacation to get there.
My parents left early on Friday morning, but to maximize our time at Disney we spent the afternoon at Magic Kingdom. I couldn't believe it was around 6PM when we started to leave, and I was really dreading the drive home as I was exhausted. The only bright spot of the drive was that I knew we would be stopping again at Sun City to get some rest.
Noel was extremely fussy the first few hours ...