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We decided to go there (Myrtle) again for 2014 and the month of March seem to be good for us. We kept looking at the camping advertisement and we were wandering if the end date for the monthly special was the last day we could stay or the last day we could book the special.
So we asked.
The answer was: "has long has we were booking for 28 consecutive days it was ok to book later in March". So ...
... to walk from here up to the lookout at the top. But I decided to go to the St Joseph's oratory. The dome in the basilica is the second highest in the world behind Saint Peters basilica in Rome. It is 97m high. It was built in 1904 inspired by Saint brother Andre. I walked the ground here and then followed the path to the summit woods, still thinking I might walk up to the lookout. As I walk through the woods I found another lookout, ...
... They were all jogging, riding or walking up the 3km hike. It was nice to be off the bike and stretching the legs. A few electric scooters zipped up the gravel path beside us. Looked like good fun. It took less than an hour to get to the top. It's a great view over the city but it was a bit hazy. We sat for a snack and a rest on the stairs. I heard some English accents next to me and got chatting to a couple of girls from Bath. The usual ...
... Good people. I did my BA by translating what I could (the Americans were happy). It is those experiences you will remember the most (not automatically the weather). It is time to celebrate this with Happy Hour (what else to do ?).
You must go to Charleston when you are in South Carolina. It is only 2 hours (max) away. You park at the Visitor's Center (beware you have to walk a lot after ...
... basin from here,
which is not as exciting as the river, so return to the riverfront. By now there are thousands of people lining
the river, so pretty hard to see anything, but do eventually manage to get a
spot to see the second and third groups pass.
They have to go a fair way upriver to round a tug, then across to the
other side, where it is pretty hard to see them (where are our binoculars when
we need them?), then back to near where ...