Extended Stay America - Charleston - North Charleston
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Samantha laughed and told me, that she also had interns that really couldn't cook at all, but I like cooking in Germany as well and it will be nice to cook here aswell!
She advocates kitchen-sharing. :-)
So now its about 21 o'clock, time to get to bed slowly.
First day at Bosch is near, I'm a bit curious what awaits me there but I just heared good things so I guess it'll be great!
Have still a good night in Germany, I'll do so later!
... While taking stock John queued up to buy the famous Butter beer and while he dud that we decided to just do it eg line up because what else was there to do? We felt we had to rescue the experience and we couldn't just turn around and head back to other parts of the Adventure Island part of the Universal Studios park. So there we stood in a queue which eventually took us into the Hogwart castle. But it w as a cold wait. The wind was chilly and too much of the waiting was in the shade. ...
... wind we went back out for dinner. My good friend Pat had supplied us with a list of great restaurants that were featured on the TV show "Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives", and we selected "The Early Bird Diner" as our restaurant for the evening. Of course I couldn't come to Charleston without having some good ole southern cooking, and yesterday it was shrimp and grits and tonight it was fried chicken with waffles! I have never heard of ...
... and historical things to see in Charleston. Despite the weather, Tropical Storm Andrea was visiting as well, we decided to visit Middleton Place Plantation. It's about a 15 mile ride from Charleston.
Situated on about 200 acres on the Ashley River, Middleton Place was started by John Williams in the 1730's. His daughter, Mary Williams Middleton and her husband, ...
... of a prettier site than these docks at sunset. After dinner we drove back over the bridge, by the way this is a very impressive bridge, and went into downtown Charleston. We walked King and Meeting Streets, two of the major restaurant and shopping areas. We had to stop for dessert of course and found a place called Sticky Fingers that did not disappoint. On Wednesday, I wanted to spend the entire day in Charleston so we got started about 10:30 am. Robert and Joyce ...