Lavender and Lace Bed and Breakfast
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... for winning awards for most polite and hospitable cities in the USA and it's very civilised to say the least. Fountains, gardens, squares, markets, seafood, It's HOT weather didn't help walking around though. Had to put my feet in a fountain where kids were playing and pretended to like children for a few minutes. 'What a shame the child splashed me in the face - please do it again as I'm dying more like' We tried some **** soup which is the local food to ...
... days in a row! Anyway I was a boat length in front after four laps so thought I’d do one more rather than wait around for him to catch up. Trouble was he’s lost count so he did five laps too – but at least he felt all right at the end of it today.
So then it was beer o’clock so off up to the Lido bar by the pool and a couple of beers and a salad for me and burger and chips for Craig. Though his ...
... Then a tour of the house, built three times on the same site, last in about 1870, and NOT the setting for "Tara". Not enough time to look at the prize-winning gardens. So much history and we certainly now know more about the war and about slavery.
Back to camp, via a Verizon shop to buy an Internet Dongle. Now we really are "switched on". Numerous inquisitive visitors called ...
... one of the three free trolleys where we can hop off at the waterfront and then board it again to explore King Street and Meeting Street, the two main streets of Charleston. When I asked a retired guide at the Welcome Center if the trolley talked to us as we rode I got a sarcastic response, "No, they don't. But, the driver will answer you if asked a question." Another John in my midst!
Charleston is commonly referred to ...
... the streets and devoured by vultures. Known as "Charleston Eagles" vulures were so important for this purpose they were protected by law. They continued in and out of shops bringing back some local pottery as a momento. They discovered many local craft places selling Sweetgrass Baskets, lots of antiques, they too were pleased with their day.
Meeting with the boys, they headed out for dinner at "The Wild Olive" . Their description of ...