A Bed and Breakfast at 4 Unity Alley
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... here all day tomorrow, we thought we'd see some other sights nearby today. Our hotel receptionist suggested Patriot's Point which neither of us thought sounded interesting. Wrong. When we got there, it was actually a huge aircraft carrier docked that was converted into a museum and we could explore. There were also fighter jets parked on top too.
Granted, Ted was more awestruck by the planes and the ship, while I liked the history a lot more. But you couldn't ...
... We had dinner and talked and planned our future activities and made a few phone calls to confirm reservations for future travel. Off to bed for, "tomorrow is another day" (get it gone with the Wind).
October 28, 2014
We woke up and the campground was all foggy. It was eerie, quiet and everything was wet. We wanted to get the most time we could in Charleston and so we hurried and took showers and skipped breakfast as well. We thought we ...
... I'll admit to a consuming panic when I think of my purpose in going. While I love to travel just for the sake of leisure, this is a whole different sort of adventure.
I've been accepted to a Memoir Writers' Retreat, which is held at Markree Castle in Sligo. Who am I to embark on a trip halfway round the world to write a memoir, for God's Sake?? I'm not generally in the habit of flitting across the Atlantic to scribble out some prose ...
... headed back down and then walked towards the beach even though my legs felt like jello-o! The waves were nice and big thanks to the wind and I did walk down the beach a ways even though it was drizzling. This beach is great for finding shells and I'm sure it's also nice for swimming when conditions allow.
The next stop was the Marsh Boardwalk. This is a short .25 mile ...
... worth a visit any time of year. We noticed with mild disappointment that Charleston wasn't really decorated much, no city lights or anything, most of the stores and houses were beautifully decorated but quite conservative. When I asked someone about this, she replied in a perfect Charleston drawl, "Yes, we believe that Charleston's beauty speaks for itself. It is not necessary to adorn her further, regardless of the season." Enough said.
Lift your face, Cindy