Clarion Inn - Mt Pleasant/Charleston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bars (bar hopping), we have been to the beach and played in the Atlantic Ocean. Today some of us went to an African dance class (five drummers to keep the beat) and tried to swing our hips with the best of them! Later on we are cooking a meal together and then dancing the night away in the bars again... I feel incredibly content and very humbled to be sharing my time with a group of people who have clicked together in a unique way. We differ in age, culture, nationality, ...
... summer as I have mentioned in the last story, lush green everywhere and lawns jumping out of the ground. A fairly interesting point - the lawns are cut to about 3 inches (75mm) length here and look good when freshly cut but look shaggy pretty quickly. I think it's the grass variety - a bit like Kaikuia but broarder leaf - and it doesn't do short too well.
At Corbin just south of London, we detoured a little to find Col Sanders Kentucky Fried Chicken ...
Today's (30/5/13) update finds us in a hotel on the Savannah highway just outside the historic sites of Charleston after a morning of Shark Attack mini golf in Myrtle Beach followed by a 100 mile drive through farming country, on it's tree lined, river crossing routes, through Southern Carolina. After arriving in Charleston we wandered around the old European influenced plantation mansion roads and took in the sites on the beautiful water front before grabbing a pint at the ...
... br> After dinner, we retired to the Thoroughbred Club lounge at the swanky Charleston Place Hotel for drinks and dessert. In all, it was a very fine day and night.
Tomorrow we plan to visit the USS Yorktown aircraft carrier and later tour the Magnolia Plantation and its gardens.
I'm just praying it won't be so freakin' humid...
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