BEST WESTERN PLUS Airport Inn & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... Revolution. You step back into a time of southern mansions, plantations, slavery and the onset of merging cultures that began world's apart. Built in 1742 for John Drayton it remains preserved and unspoiled. I felt that era as we entered the gate and looked straight down the road to the house. I imagined Ladies and Gents dressed in their finery with big hats and parasols to protect themselves from the sun, a game of croquet set up and ...
... our pockets for later. Hey, we live in a van! We took a late check-out so we had time to shower and enjoy the room a little longer before having to get out. We still needed to get a bit of work done so we drove to the nearby library so that we could connect to their internet. By 3pm we were finally hungry for lunch after that massive breakfast and we were ready to hit the road. ...
... along the S. Edge of the property.. We even saw an alligator sunning itself on the bank of the pond. Then we drove through Summerville for an overpriced cafe latte....pretty village but not great latte. Then to Mt Pleasant and down to Patriots Point....under construction... Never did find the town center. We did find a Whole Foods and bought cold chicken, bread and salad for dinner.. We had a nice Chilean White wine too....then a walk around the area and now to ...
... and lull up the fenders (my job) the journey is only 7 miles to new marina for storage.
Its been a wild month we have seen so many great things, witnesses all kinds of weather and really have learned so much about El Nido and life aboard a yacht. I have many lessons learned which I'll post later so we remember :-)
We traveled a total of 1168 NM and El. Nido managed it all with ease...a few ...
... strengthened to withstand an earthquake. In 1886 Charleston experienced a 7.0 quake that destroyed many parts of the city. We never could quite figure out how these standing houses were reinforced. The driver also pointed out the door that led to the porches. It seems that when the door was opened the house was open to visitors but when it was closed they were not receiving company. Ah, the days of old when people just dropped in.
After the ride ...