Lake Aire RV Park & Campground
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Beautiful city with a lot of history and fantastic old homes.
People of South Carolina are so friendly and love their accent. Southern charm.
We had a girls day today...Chris wasn't feeling too well after last nights festivities. We made some fun friends that showed us around some bars last night. It was a great time! They fell in love with Chris haha! Sam and I went shopping and walked around Hollywood and different parts of Los Angeles. We walked about 3.5 miles away from the hotel! (we forgot that we would have to walk that distance back though ;/ we are sore) We did have a great time out though! We shopped ...
... are having so much fun but come home each day exhausted...a bonus for us parents. I have to admit, I am a little jealous as paddle boarding is something I would love to give a try.
Just a few more days here in Charleston and we head to Virginia. Thank goodness we are moving on because I could just stay here and eat my way around Charleston...it is a foodies heaven!
... us up and it should be here within the hour.
For those of you on the phone tree eagerly awaiting our arrival, please be patient. We will let you know something via the phone tree as soon as we know something, so please make sure you have your phones with you and ready.
We are all having a great time playing games and talking and hanging out in the airport, so don't worry! =)
SEE YOU SOON!!!
We spent the entire day at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens. According to the brochure, "travel writer Charles Kuralt described it as 'my greatest Charleston pleasure.'" We agree, Even after 7 hours, we did not see everything.
Established by Thomas Drayton in 1676 Magnolia Plantation was originally a rice plantation. In the mid-1800s, Reverend John Drayton began to plant informal gardens, introducing hundreds ...