Carolina Lodge Ridgeland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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- just started this book, essentially about the New Great Game.....starting at the turn of the century - now sitting on a bench beside the Shipyard Golfcourse, with my attached coffee....testing Travelpod's off-line capability and it's ability to upload short ...
- Great Game: an early protagonist was a Scotsman, Lieutenant Alexander Burns, known as "Bukhara" Burns, disguised as a trader, entering the Khanate, the leading Islamic cultural centre in Central Asia, in 1832 - a struggle for supremacy between Russia and Britain from mid nineteenth century to First World War....in particular for control,of access routes to India from Central Asia and Western China - power in this area largely depended ...
... tacky stalls but there were a couple artists that were interesting. ....it's Octoberfest and they even had an Om pa pa band and bratwurst tents.. Way too many people trying to have a good time. charleston is definitely more sophisticated. We walked back via Reynolds Sq., then Oglethorpe Sq.then the Colonial Cemetary and then St Johns Cathedral and then home where we cleaned the patio, killed the wasps and sat to update the ...
... bench seat for the majority of the film. After our walking tour Don, Megan and I had some lunch followed by a gourmet cupcake. We walked and took pictures - well Megan took pictures, my camera unfortunately gave up on life. Don and I then rested in the afternoon and had some noodles for dinner before heading out for a night on the town. Early start tomorrow as we move on to Raleigh via ...
... see friends and family.
My sister, Cheryl Ferguson, returned to Charleston with us and stayed aboard for several days. We toured Charleston visiting the Battery area, the market, Ft. Sumter, the aquarium, two plantations and several restaurants – a pretty full agenda. When Cheryl left us, we readied the boat to head further up the coast and our next stop was Georgetown, SC. At Georgetown we met another Looper boat, Blarney ...