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October 27, 2014
Since we woke up at Walmart again this morning and we had collected two free breakfast sandwiches in the Monopoly game going on now, we thought we would cash them in. We found the menu familiar but not entirely the same as we have seen in other McDonalds. They have more biscuit combinations that we had ever seen. The …
Beautiful city with a lot of history and fantastic old homes.
People of South Carolina are so friendly and love their accent. Southern charm.
... girls opted for the shade back on shore. Folly Beach is another lovely beach.....there are really some great beaches in this area! So we did a little souvenir shopping at the pier, and then headed back to the hotel. The naps have become a daily part of our trip, as the sun really drains your energy. It is brutally hot here! So we took a short nap, and decided to hang out at the hotel for the rest of the evening. We have leftover food from last night's dinner, and a ...
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 ...
... did in the olden days. The homes had plaques explaining the history of the place, so it was somewhat educational. There were basically two styles of buildings - singles and doubles, which meant that either they had a single room or double bed room configuration. The interesting thing about these homes was that they were built lengthwise with the doors to the side of the house ...