French Quarter Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... juggling the constant trail of people booking tables, checking reservation times, answering the always ringing phone. One couple was angry, not in a vocal manner but clearly through their body language. Obvious to everyone, they seemed so out of place. Needless to say it was worth the wait.
Our afternoon was going to include Fort Sumter so off we went back to Patriots Point. The sun has come out as promised.......
We book our ticket, get on ...
... down to our destination of Myrtle Beach. We probably spent to much time there as we had to rush to cram in Wilmington (which has a proper American main street, that's been hundreds of films and tv shows), Carolina Beach, Kure Beach, and Cape Fear before finally getting back on track for Myrtle Beach while the sat nav insisted we got on a ferry that wasn't running. All of the places we passed through looked great and we'd have loved to have had more time to look around them. ...
... goodness we return to Montgomery soon so my diet and healthy eating regimen can resume again.
Tomorrow we plan to visit Kiawah Island Golf and Beach Resort – site of the 2012 PGA Championship, the Irvine Winery, and the Firefly Sweet Tea Vodka Distillery on Wadmalaw Island before heading back toward Augusta for another overnight stay.
Pictures of everything discussed above are posted below this blog. I’ll keep blogging if y’all keep ...
... br> started out walking as the morning was not overly steamy. Walked all
the way down to the Battery from the Visitor Center. Explored a few of
the cemetery's and checked out all the beautiful homes. We started to
walk back up towards the Waterfront Park. We were pretty warm by the
time we got there so hopped on a trolley to eventually get over to the
aquarium area. A lady pointed us to the East Bay ...
... which was a balmy 70 degrees - we swept the shore for interesting shells and hoped to pick up a shark's tooth or two. Sadly, no luck :-(
One curious thing we've observed is that you don't seem to have to wear a motorcycle helmet in South Carolina. We've been passed by lots of weekend Harley riders with bare heads poking up above high handlebars.
Our foodie odyssey has continued with smoked ribs and pulled pork - deliciously ...