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- Free parking
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... right here and the Appalachicola National Forest and Tate's Hell State Forest surround the area. It's quite unique. Most unique is that it has managed to stay quaint on the coast. Appalachicola is just down the road and we enjoyed exploring there, as well. Oyster capitol of the world. Peter and Helen were busy putting finishing touches on their newest project- a renovated vacation home right there in Carrabelle. A ...
... early days of Charleston.
Our house guide gave us a good idea of the toll the civil war had on the city, and most of the items in the house were still authentic. As our ticket included the cost of entry into nearby Middleton place (an old plantation), we stopped for a quick Subway lunch before driving out there.
The drive took about half an hour and is called "Americas oldest landscaped gardens". To be truthful, they were nice, but I think Ted and I ...
... night but we couldn't do much about that. We looked at some ideas for stops along the way to break up the day but found that we would not have time to do justice to any of them and determined that if we did stop, we may not get started again. We stopped for lunch though at about 2:00 at a chain restaurant, Bojangles. We had seen these several times since hitting the south. It is a chicken and biscuit place. With a two piece meal you get a biscuit, drink and ...
... to sleep.I woke up about 12 which was jut the perfect sleep in I needed, and we went to the beach with aeden.
He is almost 2 so he is super energetic, really playful, and loves the beach. The water was warm as hell! Probably the warmest water I've ever swum in at a beach. I taught Aeden how to use my camera and he took a bunch of selfies. We played around in the shallow water building mud castles before heading to nates work.
... hours, which was really long for the little ones, but luckily Jessica was the fourth person to walk, so we were able to take the girls outside as necessary. When it was over, we went to Battery Park to take some pictures, then back to the hotel for a couple of hours before meeting back up for dinner at Coconut Joe's on Isle of Palms. ...