Water'S Edge Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... stayed in West Ashley with a friend, so the drive to Folly Beach was about 25 minutes. The drive was so beautiful, especially as the sun was rising! In order to get there, you drive over many bridges overlooking beautiful harbors and inlets that Charleston has to offer.
Once you get to the beach, there are so many places to eat! Our favorite was the Folly Beach Crab Shack (AMAZING crab)! ...
... sunsets are said to be unrivalled, but I have yet to see a better sunset than on the French River or Lake Nipissing. I will let you know about that too!
We went over to check out the only Resort on the island. Wyndham is nestled into the landscape on the backside of the beaches. Like Deerhurst used to be, cottages cluster in wooded areas around a golf course, playgrounds, pools and mini putt. A list of ...
... to grocery store. Picked up a steak and grill it at the cabin. Early to bed. Thursday: Kath - Started with a walk on the beach down to where beach was being rejuvenated. In the early afternoon headed for the Market in Charleston. Found all the regular food treats and picked those up. The sisters had lunch in our favorite crab restaurant (had crab cakes and fried green tomatoes) and out again for more shopping - bottle tree, great chocolates, ...
... couple of hours of this hard sales grilling, we just needed some time out. Rachelle spotted some something fun in the local paper with a celebrity softball game happening later in the day with Bill Murray and a few others notables. We decided it sounded fun so went out there. We were right, as it was good to do something all American and go to a ball game. It was a charity event for kids called 'Slim down the south' and they were giving away free apples and ...
... br> It was then time to head back to Savannah. As seems to be the normal everyday a storm had developed and the first 90 minutes driving back to Savannah was horrible! Torrential rain off and on. Skye was driving, she did a great job. I have never seen rain like it. Add the cracking whip sounding lightning and it was really nasty. This trip has shown me what real thunder and lightning is like.
Highlight: Missing the ...