Courtyard By Marriott Rock Hill
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... voucher was a good tradeoff. At the last minute they called me up and assigned me a totally different seat. So now I'm no longer with Kim and have nothing to show for it. Thanks for nothing USAir. Great customer disservice! Home in a few hours though. Bittersweet after a great week away with Kim. We travel well together and I hope we can do a lot more of ...
... a young man informed us that the elevator was out of service again and would I have trouble walking down. They did offer to take me down in a stretcher and I was tempted but said no and we climbed down. Not too bad and had some good views.
Drove over into North Carolina and camped at the Kings Mountain National Monument Park where we camped at a great spot. There had been a battle here – a turning point against the British in the Revolutionary ...
... of movies, music, network series episodes and the other options which all caused monitor crashes.
To our surprise served lunch. Not sure why surprised it was listed on our itinerary. The big challenge will it be chicken or pasta. I really don’t think either is the correct answer but find the pasta usually looks edible and often has some liquid as compared to dry chicken surprise. Served with red or white wine and efficient airline attendants. Later we ...
... the scenery. Mark also played the movie "Leap Year" with Amy Adams and Matthew Goode which is set in Ireland and is like a modern version of "The Quiet Man" starring John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara which we will watch on the way home. We had seen it before but watched it again. It is a good romantic comedy. Mark is showing these movies because he is in the process of putting together a tour in Ireland for next summer. We plan ...
... very Southern as we strolled through the antique shops and Paula Deen's restaurant & store. We enjoyed it immensely.
Later that day, back in Tybee, we walked up to the lighthouse and an old fort on the beach and Ken went directly in the water while I basked in the sun with my book. I watched him from time to time jumping the waves and having fun and contemplated joining him. Moments later he was at my side...a huge jellyfish had gotten too close ...