Comfort Suites West of the Ashley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... starts chatting to me. Well we immediately hit it off and given everyone was in the mood to celebrate, a couple of beers turned into about 1000! Apart from: watching the 4th of July fireworks; drinking a lot of beer; checking out the church where the shooting happened; and taking a quick cruise around some of the neighborhoods to look at ...
... been lost forever. We sat outside to eat dinner since it was so nice outside. It also gave Harley a chance to hang out and watch the world go by.
We wanted to check out one of the local beaches and we were about out of time, since we were packing up camp in the morning. We loaded Harley into the Jeep and headed to the closest beach, Folly Beach, which is on James Island, where we were staying. It was about a 20 minute drive and we arrived around 6ish. ...
... and crab in a sauce that had lots of butter in it. They both came with red rice, very tasty, and snow pea pods. For dessert we had our choice of key lime or mud pie. I was odd man out on this and got the mud pie. It was delicious. The key lime was just so/so.
We got back to the hotel about 8:30 and I wrote the blog. Breakfast tomorrow at 7:00 and leaving at 8:15 for another day in the Charleston area. No packing! Hurrah!
... Sinensis, a variety of tea bush. Our guide told us they love the sandy soil and subtropical climate of this area. We saw tea trimmers in the fields, passed by the harvester called the Green Monster, and made a stop at the greenhouse to admire the baby tea plants. Back at the factory, I posed with Waddy, the frog mascot on the porch. The gift ...
Yesterday around 1:30 the Bradford and Bevan's pulled into the driveway, cheery and not to weary from their early start to the day! Leaving behind the cold in Sudbury at 8:30 and travelling via Toronto with Porter they were in the warmth of Charleston at 11:40. They were glad to be here and we were glad to see them.
Foster and Ruby were snoozing, woke up when the car stopped and certainly wondered where they were. Starving on arrival, after satisfying ...