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... these things we walked the Promenade and the Battery Park area. The Promenade has beautiful big stately homes that have been preserved perfectly. Glad to sit on the balcony with wine and strawberry in hand and see the cruise liner depart and then walk to dinner, sat around the bar at the 'Leaf', next to a couple of teachers who have retired here from Pennsylvania and they were great company.
Sunday 31st May 2015: Following our balcony breakfast we have a ...
... Uniform Monday Holiday Act, which moved four holidays, including Memorial Day, from their traditional dates to a specified Monday in order to create a convenient three-day weekend.
Whatever the history is, the objective for today is to remember and thank those men and women who died serving our country. For that, we must all be grateful. I know we are.
Well, we awoke to some cloudy skies and the sounds of a mockingbird singing ...
... guise Bill is retired athletics coach born and bred locally and a font of knowledge. We drive through the various boroughs, through the different centuries of building styles from 18-19 century with very little of 20 or 21C intruding. The local ordinances ensure that facades are kept faithful, but the interiors can be changed. There are a few brick houses made with imported bricks, some from the UK. Most are board painted pastel ...
With Charleston looking a little damp in our rear vision mirrors, we headed north and into North Carolina. Once again, this State has so much to offer in history and once again Father Time is hurrying us up.
The drive into North Carolina gives you the first sighting of the Blue Ridge Mountains. You can't help but start humming the song Country Road. Feeling the beat and playing the words in your mind, the miles glide by, ...
... could quite figure out how these standing houses were reinforced. The driver also pointed out the door that led to the porches. It seems that when the door was opened the house was open to visitors but when it was closed they were not receiving company. Ah, the days of old when people just dropped in.
After the ride we had reservations for dinner at Magnolia’s. We looked rather like the ragamuffins ...