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... in nice squares with gardens and the lovliest old houses. We saw the queue at Mrs Wilkes Dining Room, at 11am, where you apparently sit at a large table with lots of others and eat Southern home cooking - too bad we ate breakfast. Afterwards we went to Leopolds ice cream parlour that the driver told us has been there since 1919, great ice cream, it. It must be so lovely here in the warmer weather but It was really too cold to walk around so we went to the Civil rights museum ...
... out of the old town area because the narrow streets just don’t accommodate RV’s. Prior to this, the bus system had functioned perfectly for us. But, now, my disappointment was obviously quite apparent when I learned that the bus schedule didn’t accommodate evening performances.
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Today started with our customary hotel complimentary continental breakfast and then an hour and a half drive into Charlotte, NC. Graeme needed a 9/16" reverse thread bolt and nut assembly to replace one of the five bolts that hold the front wheel onto the axle of his old Chrysler Imperial back home. He had Googled places to get such a bolt and found a place in Charlotte that would have one. We ventured into an industrial area of the city, under the directions of ...
... horseradish and garnish but good flavor overall. Al went for a sampling of the local beers.
We choose two Southern dishes that were unfamiliar to us for apps - buffalo crispy pig ears and bacon corn bread. The pig ears were suprisingly light wrapped in bibb lettuce which was a good balance with the corn bread. The corn bread was less sweet than I remember, but extremely savory baked in bacon grease with bacon inside as well. A bit much for ...
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