Visiting Hilton Head

As a surprise, my boss took me and Pam on a trip to Hilton Head for our beginning of the year Planning Meeting. We stayed at the beautiful Inn at Harbour Town in Sea Pines. I’d never been to Hilton Head before and this area is absolutely gorgeous! We left on Wednesday morning, and the weather that afternoon was overcast and cool, but we rented bikes and explored the area for a few hours before dinner.

My hair soaked up literally every ounce of moisture in the air. On Thursday we spent the majority of the day “planning” out the year – everything that needed to be addressed was put on a list and prioritized. By lunch time we were suffering from cabin fever, so after grabbing a quick bite at the Crazy Crab (don’t ever eat there unless you’re emerging from a month of being stranded in the wilderness and every other restaurant is closed), we did a little shopping/walking, climbed the lighthouse, and then headed back to the Inn to get ready for dinner.

The next day the weather was beautiful. We grabbed breakfast and explored the South Beach area until its novelty wore off. Most of the shops were closed so we hit up a nearby TJ Maxx.

It was our last night, so we caught the last 30 minutes of happy hour before dinner and then headed to bed early. I didn’t want to leave! And now I get to unpack, do laundry, and then pack my suitcase all over again for an impromptu trip to Los Angeles on Thursday.

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  1. Reply

    Looks like a great little work getaway. I'm so jealous of all your traveling! Have fun in LA 🙂

    • Anonymous
    • January 7, 2013

    Hi Anna,My name is Jane and I'm with Dwellable.I was looking for blogs about Harbour Town to share on our site and I came across your post…If you're open to it, shoot me an email at jane(at)dwellable(dot)com.Hope to hear from you!Janebtw–BEAUTIFUL photos!

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