Catherine Ward House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... store which we had a hard time finding. The developers and planners did a great job preserving the trees on the island and you cannot see the stores from the roads most of the time so smart phone maps and GPS really help navigation.
So we spent the afternoon walking around Pinckney National Wildlife refuge where Sraddha saw some new birdies. Then, Saturday evening watching fun college football games and today (Sunday) watching the ...
From Paul & Harriet's home in Westchester to our home in Miami Beach, it's 1346 miles and 21.1 hours of driving. Today, we flew down I95 ticking off 472 miles in 7 hours. We passed through Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and we’re now outside of Savannah, Georgia.
... camping and re enacting. They have a recreated a one room house made of wattle and daub, with a sleeping loft, a chimney for cooking and heating and a dirt floor. It looks like pretty rustic living and made us appreciate our small cramped motorhome all the more. We have a bathroom.
Once we finished our exploration we headed to see if the Walmart nearby would be a good place to sleep. We found that it shared a parking lot with Sam's ...
... even if it kept the bugs out. The fans only pushed around the hot air. Needless to say, it was a very long day. And yikes! The boat was taking on more water and was making very loud noises that we knew were not good. And we were literally in the middle of no where so we were had no choice but to continue. And so we did. Turns out the scenery was awesome and we quickly fell in love with the low country vista. Just not the bugs.
It was under these circumstances (tense, tired, ...
... educated on the city's remarkable history and shared old stories with us. I wasn't aware that all the little parks are actually called Squares, ( there are 22 of them). If I close my eyes for a moment I felt like I have been transported back in time as I listened to the horse (Pepper was his name) clip-clop through the streets, lined with ...