15 Church Street Bed & Breakfast - Phillips-Yates-Snowden House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today we ended up starting much earlier than expected as Ted was feeling sick most of the night from something he ate (after yesterday, it's way too hard to pinpoint what!). Rather than lie there and try and get back to sleep, we decided to go to the airport and try to catch the early 6am flight instead. There was no problem for the hotel to call a taxi so it made more sense.
Upon arrival at Louis Armstrong, there was a queue already for the ...
... an old man.
Jane said as her toes needed re-polishing, Meg needed some additional make up and James wanted a sewing kit? We could probably get knee support if I felt I really needed it, it's the old style nursing touches that I love about Jane.
After my knee surgery we made our way to Fort Bragg and things were starting to look up when after we missed the correct drive through booth, we ...
... Court; and St. Michael's Episcopal Church.
We had lunch at Virginia's on King following our tour and then drove to Magnolia Gardens along Ashley River Road. This estate was acquired in 1676 by the Drayton family whose heirs still own and manage it. We watched an orientation film and visited the Plantation House. It is a combination of a pre-Revolutionary summer house that was rebuilt ...
... to say that we fit right in by the afternoon. Sadly, the budget does not stretch to dashing white suits, I'm not capable of growing the appropriate handlebar moustache, and we had no time to test the accents at the local saloon. Charleston's loss.
At the end of the district, we reached the Atlantic Ocean for the first time since we were in Paraty, Brazil at the end of May! Personally, this prompted some reflection on the route we'd taken since then and everything ...
... Patriot victory of the War) and enjoyed a nice stroll through the lowland forest. We were reminded of where we are when we read the sign telling us to watch out for alligators. We are more accustomed to looking out for bears! We had to head north from Wilmington to the battlefield, so we picked up some more back roads to hit our route down to Charleston. Only one major obstacle stood in our way...Myrtle Beach. And sadly, this being the ...