Jasmine House Inn
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... and tools. SO, before I went to the event, I had to check the coffee shop out and the area they were in. From a bit of research, the area they were in was also considered a good area for gays and lesbians.
Thursday I drove to the Orange Spot Coffee Shop. http://theorangespotcoffeehouse.com/
It was so comfy and the Cha Yen (Chai Iced Tea) was so good I could have had 3 of them. I talked with one of the owners briefly ...
... place as the ferry. It's hard to imagine that planes actually landed on there out at sea. We walked around the flight deck and went up to the bridge. We also got to tour a submarine so we had a big day at Patriot's Point.
The weather has been beautiful the past few days, in the 70's with a slight breeze. Big change ...
... damage." Sadly, she looked at him quite blankly, got back into her damaged car and drove off. Although the steps are quite badly damaged, Larry has managed to make them at least useable until they can be repaired or replaced. So, that, too, was a strange happening. It was an unusual morning !
Although we never saw the lady in the damaged car again, we did have a follow up to the story of the lady in the nitie top. The Bible tells us that we reap ...
... we got free juices. Her mum runs a Vegan restaurant also on this street.
The location is way uptown, a good 30 min walk down to the tourist district and harbour, but that suits us fine as the more local cafes and shops are up here. The closer you get the tourist centre the more high end it gets, then it turns a bit tacky once you get there with huge bars, and endless ticket sellers, horse drawn carriages full of tourists. We were walking past a ticket ...
... standing on ground that gave birth to a war involving the same subject.
Once we arrived back in downtown Charleston, Michelle and I visited the City Market, a several block long, open-air market with hundreds of booths that sell souvenir items, baskets woven from indigenous sweetgrass, handcrafted jewelry, and other assorted trinkets. Neither of us purchased a cotton-pickin’ thing as we hurried through because it was ...
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