Palmer's Pinckney Inn
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We were planning on leaving Charleston on the 11th but the rear leveling jacks quit working on the RV. It took them two days to diagnose the problem and now we are waiting for the parts. We are going to be leaving this coming Thursday whether the parts get here or not. We need to continue on our trip and not sit around in one place.
... all its surroundings. How anyone can deny the existence of an intelligent creator of such beauty is well beyond my imagination !
Unfortunately, capturing the night time beauty of Ravenal Bridge is beyond my photographic abilities. But, I'm devoting this entire entry, with lots of pictures, because of it's dramatic impact in hopes of conveying some of the feelings we experienced.
... Whenever you can't say something nice about something or someone, it's customary to say that it/they had a great personality. This place had personality. The walls were covered with knick knacks or old photos. The tables were just old tables with old chairs, with just enough room between them to maximize the number of people in the room. The waiters were just young men in t-shirts. But, the main thing....the platters of food coming out of the kitchen were ...
... Market, a upscale flea market. I am collecting custom accessories along the trip (Al is collecting coozies). I found two pairs of custom stone earrings for $6 each (I love flea markets!). There was also an array of higher end items including artwork, wooden bowls, and sweetgrass bowls (which go for $35 for the extra-small version).
American Express redeemed themselves in Charleston, we were booked at the Orient-Express property - Charleston ...