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... center for our 90 minute tour. We wove through the narrow streets while he talked non-stop about the various homes, businesses and areas we were passing. We also drove through Citadel, a military college in Charleston. Because school was out for the year, we didn't see any activity, but he explained that during the school year there is much activity on the parade ground. On display there were military equipment such as airplanes, tanks and cannons. The cannons ...
... 130,000 population they host between 4.5 and 5 million tourists every year. That helps the economy! While we were there, Boeing, a new employer in the area, was conducting a campaign against having a union plant. So, industry is coming back to Charleston, too. They have renowned colleges and military academies as well as a thriving art culture. It is a thriving city today. We walk away knowing more about Charleston than we thought ...
... employees there. So, we got to wind around through the back roads of Disney World whenever we rode in the car with them. AND we got to see the Disney fireworks display right outside the door! They get to hear, see and feel it every single night at 10:00PM!!! It was awesome. We watched a couple of movies, and had tea and scones prepared by Alicia....Sooooooooo good! A real tea party! It was really nice to visit them in their environment. In Jacksonville we parked in Ali and ...
... almost to himself. The service was great. Even though it was self-serve, attendants were there bringing drinks, clearing plates, meeting our every need.
The kids were delighted with two cockatiel birds in the lobby named Charlie and Patti, but Josie and Mac renamed them Boo and Finch, after "To Kill a Mockingbird." Charlie was grey, like Cheryl's old cockatiel, Boo, and Patti was white. The kids are always enchanted with animals.
... br> We begin our walk back to the hotel and the main street is filled with sunshine, people, their dogs and their children --its a pedestrian mall one sunday afternoon a month-- food being sold 'on the street' we settle for ribs, coleslaw and coke!! mmm good! Stroll down King street which is an interesting mixture of antique, independent shops clothing-shoes-hats (Deb buys a black one) and restaurants, cafes all in beautiful sunshine.