Comfort Inn Downtown Charleston
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... Row, the Battery, and the waterfront where we even saw dolphins playing. We like Charleston.
After the tour finished at Ann's place, we were interested in seeing some more of the city. We had originally passed the Edmondston Alston house and were keen to explore it further. We had trouble finding it but thankfully, a nice parking inspector who was writing a ticket showed us the way. It was worth the admission, as it was a beautiful example of Southern style living ...
... Since Sheree had never had dirty rice, that was what was ordered. Well the whole dinner we delicious. The chicken was moist and slightly spicy, the biscuit was fluffy and hot, but the dirty rice........a fan was born! When one of the workers came by and asked if everything was all right, Sheree swooned and asked about the rice recipe. Mary, the young worker, confessed that it comes as a rice spiced mix and they use to make the rice and then crumble ...
... much as i dig fiddys do, it wasn't really for me. I got a mad surprise when old mate starts talkin about duck huntin season and whips out his shotgun from behind his hairdresser desk. Seriously, wtf! 'Merica!
I asked if there was a grocery store nearby which became my escape line and while the gun thing was funny, it was still too much. Back at the train station i saw a guy wearin a skunk tail. Maybe him ...
... of the Draytons and owned still by the same family. Both places had huge live oaks, so called because they are green all year, absolutely dripping with Spanish moss- it looks so cool, especially when close to the water.The land that remains at Magnolia has many swamps full of alligators, lots of birds and a grand mansion, built in the late 1800's. And huge cyprus trees growing right on the water's edge with "knees" (extra roots) growing up into ...
... t look like the rest of my family. When we got to Kiawah, it was literally about 30 minutes before everyone was in the ocean. I didn't really realize exactly how cooped up the kids were in the car until I saw them running around on the beach and in the water. It was quite a sight to see and made the whole trip worthwhile. We've since had two days of beach and pool. And it's rained every day too. Yesterday we wanted to go in the ocean so badly that we went in the rain. ...