Hey gang! We're back! We spent 5 days at HHI and loved it! Building 21 was a great location, though I wasn't sure about it when they showed it to us on the map. Close ot parking, but not on top of it. Close to pool, but not on top of it. Quiet courtyard view. Beach house was great. We got their early each morning and parked underneath in the shade-not hot car to get back into. Bathrooms clean, food standard counter service quality, which is pretty good. Theres a lifeguard right in front of the house, so there was always someone close by. Beach was big. Water warm. We got a bunch on sand dollars and a star fish. Tips that were good: Bringing own chairs and umbrellas. Thumbs up. Bug spray: thumbs up. Sweatshirts: thumbs up. Heres the thing that we didint get warned about. Teh sweatshirts are for the resturaunts! We ate at Fudruckers the first night. The fans were so high that it blew our big stack of napkins off the table. People were freezing, but the manager didnt care. Which bring us to food reviews...fudruckers:good food bad service, subzero temps. Kingfishers is right over the bridge on the left (facing away from the resort). The food was pricey but just ok. The service was horrible and the tip included in the bill. Thumbs down. The "fish market" to the right of the bridge was much better, though small. call ahead and/or arrive early. We ate at the BBQ on Tuesday and had a good time. The staff at the resort was fantastic as usual. The lifeguards doubled as camp counselor like activities leaders. Knew the kids names and talked to everyone.