DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Suites Charleston - Historic District
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Early tomorrow morning (Friday 5 June) Donna and I are leaving for Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada where we will stay for 2 nights before we board the cruise ship Oosterdam. We have stops in Chicago, Illinois and Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. So looking forward to the Alaskan cruise starting on Sunday.
For now, it means getting up at 3 ...
... coots, moorhens, cormorants and anhingas too. Did not see any alligators - very shy, apparently. Lots and lots of turtles, some of them yellow-bellied sliders, native to S.E. USA.
Packed up camp after lunch. Drove to Charleston and settled into a luxurious RV park outside town. Lovely and warm; fun watching all the enormous RVs ...
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We eat lunch at the Blind Tiger Pub on Broad Street. My Fried Green tomato BLT is really good. After lunch we drive over the Ravenel Bridge, the longest cable-stayed bridge in North America, to Patriot's Point in Mount Pleasant. The bridge was built in 2005 and the land under the bridge has been developed into a large, well maintained park and pier. We have not been "rained out" of sightseeing. ...
... I have Caesar salad for lunch made with anchovies but no garlic?..different.
More shopping after lunch .Deb is an expert..I am hoping to pick up some tips!
Afternoon coffe is at Kaminsky's ...which has the look of a speakeasy but now serves the modern 'dangerous' ingredient..sugar -we split a slice of 3 layer delicious carrot cake....more walking..shopping at Talbots 60%off sale ..yes, a blouse..and purchase 'mooncakes' -kinda ...
We are both very tired, so we took the day off. I didn't even go for a walk. Instead, I went to the hairdresser, same as home except for everyone's charming Southern drawl. "Where y'all from?" The stylist wasn't as good as Gillian, my regular in Brisbane, but considerably cheaper.
I have very much ...