Comfort Suites West of the Ashley
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Late last night I received several emergency alert text messages about flash floods and thought my whole day today would be a wash out. Turns out it was a fairly decent day with only some light mist at times to drive people indoors. My plan was to start at the farm market, but I checked their Facebook page before leaving the hotel and found out the market was cancelled for today. Bummer! But no worries, there are plenty of other things to do ...
... of past battles, medals, tales of bravery etc etc. It is an absolutely huge ship, and we spent over two and a half hours on board. I had a little doze through one of the "short" films. Of course there were many steep and narrow stairs which I had to descend backwards. I know it must have looked dreadful.
Americans are very proud of their country and respect their veterans. I did learn that Audie Murphy is/was America's most decorated soldier, ...
... me, not with the possibility of a $1500 bill at the end. Me and my tooth are going to have to hang on until Mexico where the prices are much more reasonable!
The trip back at least allows me to catch up briefly with James, my previous host; to meet a whole bunch of French students and their token Swede; and to meet a lovely Aussie mum and daughter duo who are road tripping down the east coast.
Anyway...on to New Orleans!
... if not the best display of christmas lights ever! even the walking paths were lit up. the lights were clustered together by subject, ie; candyland, rhymes, sea life, dinosaurs and volcanos , city sites, santa doing all sorts of things, like golfing, fishing, kids throwing snowballs across the road, lights of the bridges, the lighthouse, ect, ect. we'll post of few of the pics if they come out. it was so so much fun ...
... 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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