Quality Inn Clinton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Arrived at the Greenwood 25 Auto Drive-In about 6:40--plenty of time to take lots of pictures, meet the little tiny terrier in the car next door (just acquired today, and already been fishing, swimming, and now, drive-inning. Good life for a dog! He was roaring around the lawn like he owned the place), and get some dinner at the much-vaunted snack shop. I will admit the food was decent--Tim says ...
... tour from Bonnie, She showed us backstage, dressing rooms and the wall signed by performers, over many years. Thank you Bonnie! Leaving the Opera House we ventured down to the hardware store, which had been featured on American Pickers. We met the owner, Mr. Shull, who showed us what appeared to be a metal of some sort on the counter. I looked closely and said "that's a Nobel Prize". ...
... exterior. The House of Representatives was in session and we sat in for a while.
One of the newer National Parks is near Columbia and we decided to drive on over. Congaree National Park became a NP in 2003. There is a Visitor Center, primitive camping and a number of trails. We tried a walk on the elevated boardwalk but were turned back by rain. I had an umbrella, but the walk was getting slippery. Well, we didn't want to be so close and not visit.
... Correll walked us down the same road the troops had come in on. He explained the conditions and placement of troops in battle. The Battle of Cowpens was a turning point in the revolutionary war. On the grounds of the National Park site is the Robert Scruggs House, which we visited as well.
After the Battlefield we headed for Greenville for a late lunch and a visit to Falls ...
... Moore family history. In the 1700's this truly was "the wild west". I'm going to agree with Triple A and give this site and tour a GEM.
Next was lunch in Spartanburg at the Monsoon. This was Thai food at its finest and a real find for this vegan. We left the Monsoon and walked across the street to park.
At the park we met Mark Cleveland, Spartanburg City Manager. ...