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... ins and outs of being a Tour Director along with a few days off to enjoy the ports during our cruise. This is a career that I’m most definitely cut out for; the research ahead of time, the planning and meticulous follow up to ensure everything goes smoothly, knowing the top place to eat, the quirky shops, historical tidbits, the best museums - and this is just when I travel by myself or with friends. So I’ve ...
... destination yet so was a moving target for other things. I went into a Verizon corporate store near Kate's in North Carolina to get SIM only to be told they would need to get me on with AOL line. Since I hadn't finished the AOL buy yet, I had to walk out. When we got to the state park here in South Carolina, I bought a SIM chip at a Verizon Reseller store then called Verizon AOL plan phone number to transfer the plan to my name. Initially I was a little ...
We left Raleigh around 9:30 heading southeast toward Sunset Beach KOA for two nights while we visit Bob & Pat Hinett. Bruce and I played Tidewater today for a smooth $266.00 a round per couple. Well worth or just for the spectacular holes and beautiful views. It's a tough course and can be punishing if you hit an errant shot. We played with two ...
Four months into living in Myrtle Beach, SC and I'm ready for my first day trip to Charleston - let the research begin! It's close to two hours away, and to get the most out of this day trip I'll be leaving around 7am next Saturday. So far the plan is to stop for breakfast somewhere along the way, maybe in Georgetown, before dropping into a day of walking, learning and exploring. First on the itinerary is a ...
... on the lot, you could get a second lot for free. This was back in the early 1900's. As a result many of the homes are very narrow, but long and many still have small garages that would hold a model T.
We then drove south through the commercialized beach area where a lot of the old homes, B&Bs and hotels/motels have been torn down for massive high rise condos and big name resort chains.
From there, we drove through several small towns south of ...