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Pam Johnson

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Traveling with the Grandpops

We're traveling with our two grandfathers, both in their early 80s. What in the world can we do on Hilton Head? They don't golf.

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    70 Honey Horn Dr Hilton Head Island SC 29926 (843) 689-6767

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    232 S Sea Pines Dr Hilton Head Island SC 29928 (843) 671-2233

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  • Lacey Matherne

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    Check out the Harbour Town Lighthouse and The Salty Dog Cafe. We enjoyed both!

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  • Tijana Kosanovic

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    I used to live there last summer, so I'll try to be helpful!

    Well, it shouldn't be a problem since it's a nice, quiet place with amazing nature. Something like walks on the beach which is miles and miles long, or a walk over the island could be interesting. Definitely visiting Harbor Town, it's really nice. Sunset watching on cruises must be nice. But, yeah, there's generally not much to do, it's great destination to visit, really peaceful with people saying Hi to strangers in the street, but other than maybe nice restaurants like "The Coast", which is just gorgeous, or maybe restaurants in South Marina, "The Wreck of the Salty Dog" peaceful restaurant with an amazing on the water view, or more family-like The Salty Dog Cafe... I think personally it could be great to relax there for them, and it's better to visit of season, avoid Jun, July... September is the greatest!

    And maybe organizing trips around the island, definitely it would be interesting for them to visit Savannah and all the historic features there, it's really not far away, and also, and it may even be better for a nice day trip for them- a visit to Charleston, it's a small picturesque city, definitely interesting for elderly people.

    I hope I have helped!

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    Do they play bridge? I know it's a big thing there and they can go to the Port Royal Plaza Shopping Center where a bridge group meets on Saturdays (my great uncle loves this!). They might also like the Coastal Discovery Museum.

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    Take them to the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn. They'll love it... and you might, too.

    You could also take them at low tide to the beach for some beach combing. The Northern shore near Port Royal Sound is a great place to find many kinds of shells.

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