DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Suites Charleston - Historic District
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... group and it's a private party! I go back & apologise but they're really nice so then we stay and of course tell them all about our adventures cycling Pacific Highway, in fact they ask us back the following night up on the roof terrace. We go out to eat at Southend Brewery which was OK and on the way back pop in the bar across the road from the hotel for a few games of pool. I go up to bed but somehow Peter managed to find the bike guy in lobby so went missing till 11, as ...
Terry remembered it was our anniversary. I had completely forgotten. 26 years seems such a long time.....
We drove over the Cooper River via the beautiful Ravenel Bridge to Patriots Point, the sight of a Naval and Maritime Museum, across the harbour from Charleston. Did a tour of the USS Yorktown, an aircraft carrier which served in WW11 and Vietnam.
One of the objects of the museum is to "inspire patriotism", and on board the Yorktown were ...
... a middle aged lady standing near her car, fussing with herself as she prepared to approach the store. Not really paying attention to what she was doing, I smiled and greeted her in a friendly manner. Somewhat flustered, as she frantically tucked her upper garment into the waistband of her slacks, she explained, “Oh, my, I forgot to remove my nitie before I left the house this morning.” We had a good laugh together and I replied that I was glad not ...
... line is, I find all this stuff so very interesting and really wish I had paid more attention in my history class!! Our pictures (of which there are many) will have a lot of details behind our visit here. While some of you may have been to a lot of these places we are visiting, and while possibly you all know the history of these places, this is all new to me, so my pictures and stories are all through a very old ...