Inn At Palmetto Bluff, A Montage Resort
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... Carnival was sandwich art and a trip to the Island Playground bouncy house.
That evening we went to Savannah, GA. Its cobbled streets, lush green squares, and stylish homes make this my favorite Southern city so far. After a stroll through the town, including a a stint at a playground and dinner at D&B Burgers, we made our way to River Street. Saturday night on River Street is busy. The ...
... a pack of kids to the movies to see 'Inside Out' on opening day, while Tom and I had a nice, leisurely walking tour of historic Savannah while waiting for the door lock actuator to be repaired at the dealer. After a hot walk and a cool drink, we were back in business and locking doors with ease and confidence.
An afternoon at the pool with 5 kids and a bed time dance party topped off the day.
It's great to be back at Hilton Head. We arrived in the rain but had a great visit with Bryan's parents, aunts and uncle who were just winding up their annual vacation in Hilton Head. The first two days have been in the 60s and beautiful. First on the list, rent bikes and then off to the beach. We ...
... Denise and John Lillis aboard. We met up with them, again, at North Myrtle Beach and then in Wilmington. It’s always great fun to be with other Loopers to compare notes and share cruising information.
Continuing on the ICW, we stopped at The Reserve at Pawleys Island to see Dan and Elise Green who had been our guests on the Bahamas leg of our Loop. The Greens entertained us at their beautiful home and hosted us at The Reserve ...
... know so many that have already moved down south.
Left their house around 12:30 and off to the southern part of Savannah to Skidaway Island State Park that we have always heard great things about. We have been to Savannah a number of times traveling down 95 before kids, with kids and by ourselves so we decided not to go into Savannah itself. This time we were lucky to visit another great GA ...