Comfort Inn Downtown Charleston
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... to the cover of air con. We planned to visit the 82nd Airborne Divisions museum on Fort Bragg and so went headed out with a stop at the CVS Pharmacy. After our visit to Bull Run yesterday my old sports knee injury began to flare up, by the time we got to the hotel was it really sore and this morning I was limping around like an old man. Jane said as her toes needed re-polishing, Meg needed some additional make up and James wanting a sewing kit? We could probably get knee ...
... different varieties, try out the various lotions and soaps and, of course, spend some money buying yourself some products to take home! I also wandered back to the market area and found a store where you can sample all different flavors of peanuts. Probably not the store to go into if you have a nut allergy!
I thought I would spend the rest of my afternoon at the Aquarium and got on the trolley to go there. Unfortunately, the ...
... loop, and this one went through the Medical precint, so it was full of local people off to their various clinics - the halt, the lame and the blind, they were all there. We ended up back at the City Markets so we could go to the Noisy Oyster Restaurant to try the local speciality of crab cakes. I wasn't overwhelmed by them. Americans have a habit of chopping ingredients up and mixing them with ...
... s recommendation of a local practice to make an appointment....of course they're booked up until the 8th of January so I decide to make the trip to Savannah then return to Charleston for the dentist and fly to New Orleans from there.
Luckily for me I decide to re-check the small print of my insurance the day before my appointment. Turns out I'm only covered to relieve pain and suffering and only £200 worth of that too. No ...
... trying to find the way back to our Hotel.
Today, Saturday, we visited two more plantations up and down the Ashley River, Drayton Hall which still has the original house (the owner fooled the Yankees into thinking it was a smallpox hospital) and Magnolia Estates which, like the one we are staying at, lost the house but has extensive and beautiful gardens and swamps and more alligators.
This time of year with cloudless skies and a warm sun ...