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... out of the city because the bus stops were right at those places which made it super easy to get in to the old city via the awesome bridge. The bus drivers got to know us. They were most helpful. One day we had the entire bus totally to ourselves. It was like having OUR OWN LIMO - although not as pretty. LOL
On the weekends we stayed at the Oakland KOA campground farther out of town to catch up on all the necessities and for ...
... Sumter in the distance. The current owner, Frances Palmer, is a third generation owner, and she occupies the second floor. The house is filled with antiques and family photos and paintings.
We arrived on Wednesday via Hilton Head Island. Hilton Head is a resort island and the majority (70%) is privately owned by resort operators. The place was packed with vacationers, many on bicycles. We stopped for a while at one of ...
... 8230;as well as it all tying into Nicholas Sparks stuff since I had been in New Bern where he lives…just felt like fate and that I was destined to be there right then and there with all of it.
The next morning, I check out early as I was heading to Savannah and wanted to arrive at a decent hour. It was only a 2 hour drive or so to Savannah so after talking one last walk around the streets and enjoying the morning, I left Charleston and drove around Mount Pleasant which ...
... We arrive at the Middleton Inn - a load of cabins in a wood with alligators in the nearby lake. We're given stickers to explore the historic estate and the reception staff inform us we can go horse riding or kayaking. Obviously someone who has never ridden a bike for 110 miles!
Another day over. I'm so excited. We have nearly reached the promised land. I can almost smell the ocean from here.
Revisiting one of my favorite cities, Charleston SC. I just love this
history and charm of this place. Renee and I arrived late Wednesday
night into steamy Charleston Airport. We had no trouble finding the
rental car counter or our car. Then we headed out to Hwy 17 to our
hotel, the Creekside Lands Inn. The hotel is charming with it's
southern plants and creekside location. There is a pool and ...