Sapphire Beach Club Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSapphire Beach Club Resort Cupecoy Bay
This place is a great alternative to resort staying. For the price you get a lot more bang for your buck. We rented a 2 bedroom condo which comfortably fit 4 people. A balcony on the upper floors looks over the ocean (including a hot tub!) There was a small gift/grocery shop downstairs which gives you everything you need to cook with in your very own fully equipped kitchen. The staff was friendly. Pool lacked in landscaping but they did not have much room to work with. Car rental station and concierge were easily accessible on the main floor. There isn't really a beach BUT you are within walking distance of Mullet Bay and a secluded beach next door.
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... over to the repel rings on the route next to me and moved the rope over. Well that was a little freaky but the route we ended up on was actually pretty fun. It was another 5.9 but with an 11 start. It was a tough start for sure but once you got over that crux, the route was super chunky and fun. I would go back for it.
It was a fun day. The weather was absolutely perfect, clear skies and sunny. We heard someone crying at one point so we looked over the trail and saw ...
Today we woke up to a gloriously sunny day...not a cloud in the sky and the temp was up to 76 which is very nice. We had Greek yogurt with spiced blueberries and walnuts with Pumpkin Bread, then a quiche and Coconut muffin...very yummy!! After. Real fast we sat in the sun on the deck then Inez and I were treated to a very nice relaxing massage at the Spa. We chatted with Claire for a while and then ...
... Carolinas. The mts are all treed and would be stunning in a few weeks when the fall colors are around. Then back on theByway...very twisty but very pretty...then through Cleveland to Dalhonega. It's an old gold mining town and now is the site of the Univ.of N. Georgia which I think is affiliated with one of the churches?? Perhaps Baptist or Presbyterian. We finally found a Starbucks for a latte as the other 2 coffee shops were closed on Yuesdays as were most of ...
The Ragsdale Mill was built by the Reverend Francis Marian Ragsdale during the Civil War and began operation around November 1863. Its millstones were made in France and brought into Savannah by a blockade runner to bypass the U.S. Navy guarding ...
... reached the easier part of the trail, the rain finally died down. Of course when it doesn’t matter so much! Soon we made it back to the car. We changed out of our wet clothes at the bathroom at the recreation area and then started making the drive home along I-85. We stopped for dinner at Fatz in Gaffney, SC, just below the Peachoid water tower, and arrived home after a waterfall-tastic week late in the ...