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... I saw on Wednesday. No way, I couldn't believe it, almost all the same vendors were there except that guy. I did find a great little painting of Charleston homes. (I love to collect typical houses - paintings, sculptures, etc. - of places I visit.) Then I go toward my car, see the meter person starting a ticket, I go running, shouting that I am here, don't give me a ticket. He said he was after the car behind me. So put more money ...
... only if you enjoy very expensive antiques and want to see a house packed floor to ceiling with them. We had a delicious lunch at Blossom and shopped into the afternoon .We ended the evening with a progressive dinner catered by Circa 1886.The ambience, the carriage rides and of course the company was excellent and we had a great time but the food was very disappointing.
Charleston is a spirited and beautiful town with great food, lovely buildings and ...
... having limited space in our RV, I declined to buy. As we walked away, he turned, came back to us and handed me a rose, saying, "Here, this is on me." Larry and I were so touched that Larry reached into his pocket and gave him twice what he had wanted for the roses. It's the sweetest gift because it came out of this young man's heart and desire to bless.
We have met so many wonderful people along the way - kind, generous, humorous, fun
... the free vouchers the first tour I chose was to go onboard an Navy Aircraft carrier from WWII called the USS Yorktown which sits moored over the other side of the harbour. I've always wanted to go on a massive Aircraft carrier, since I worked at the Navy dockyards about 15 years ago now. Amazing it has been that long. The memories came flooding back as soon as I got onboard and started navigating the grey passageways, and climbing up and down ladders.
... Suites in the Historic District because I am a night owl and Michelle turns in early, so having multiple rooms allows me to read and watch TV without disturbing her slumber.
The hotel is quite unique and interesting and, in fact, holds a place on the National Register of Historic Places. That's because the building housed the original Citadel, the oldest, and one of the most famous, military colleges in the nation. Though the structure was built as an arsenal ...
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