Courtyard by Marriott North Charleston Airport/Coliseum
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... year round and one of the only places I know in the US that has a hot Christmas! Y'all was the favourite phrase of Charleston and was said with everything!! The people were truly delightful. Trace had tried the Chowder in Boston so I tried some southern food, which were, fried green tomatoes and hush puppies which were both interesting!! I think we will both be back to this area and providing the driving from Kentucky today goes ...
... which is under American rule and maybe that is why we saw so many police around. Very hot and we had sea legs and felt like we were walking on a rolling shop. Didn't feel that great . A bit lime being drunk! Very hot too and I had not dressed well for that. My joggers are so uncomfortable and i tried to give my toes more room by avoiding socks and having thin stockings instead. Not a good choice. Well looked after ...
... about every old building we past, with its full history and importance. He even threw in plenty of random facts, like Charleston has been voted the friendliest city in America 12 years running. Eventually they scrapped them from entering since it's no contest. How do they judge these things?
As far as history goes, Charleston has certainly had a rough time. It was bombarded to rubble in the Civil War, which decimated the town for the next 50 years as ...
... for. Their collard greens were the best we ever had.
Headed to historic downtown Charleston so JMP could get in his graveyard fix he so sorely missed in Savannah. St. Philips has one of the oldest graveyards in the South. The church was established in the 1600s. Some of the graves we could still read, had epitaphs from the 1700s. We stumbled upon the graves of Charles Pinckney, James C. Calhoun, and Robert Turnbull. The ...
... br> It was then time to head back to Savannah. As seems to be the normal everyday a storm had developed and the first 90 minutes driving back to Savannah was horrible! Torrential rain off and on. Skye was driving, she did a great job. I have never seen rain like it. Add the cracking whip sounding lightning and it was really nasty. This trip has shown me what real thunder and lightning is like.
Highlight: Missing the ...