Fulton Lane Inn
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... up with our new friends Anne & Arch again. These 70 something youngsters are an inspiration. They sold their house & bought their first motorhome 2 years ago. They were fast learners & now on their 3rd trip to Florida. It was lovely to catch up with them & hear their travel tales & get more ideas of where to stay.
Wanting to learn more about the Civil War we took a ferry to Fort Sumter where the American Civil War began ...
... had to pay a fortune for the taxi and our 2014 Chrysler Malibu. Came home and the friendly neighbour popped in to look at the internet. He couldn't fix it, so said we could use his, and he offered to drive us to the station at 4am next Saturday. What a guy!
Got back in the car and went to the local Super Walmart for a few groceries. Hassard style, we bought lots. Now there is a chicken roasting in the oven, wine in the fridge, and Superbowl is about to ...
KENTUCKY TO ASHEVILLE (North Carolina) and on to CHARLESTON.(South Carolina.)
Another farewell after a very full 5 days with Ken & Barb in Lexington, and we (David & Erin & Garry & I) were on our way South, leaving Kentucky ; travelling through the State of Tennessee, into North Carolina.
Our 5 hour journey finished in Asheville and home of the Biltmore Estate.
A famous French Renaissance Chateau style home - the brain ...
... weather day with a slight breeze and low humidity. From there we headed to Shem Creek, a Charleston area famous for its low-country shrimping. We decided to treat the dads (and moms & kids too) to a ride on the Thriller boat. The Thriller is a high-speed power boat which takes you for a fast paced sight-seeing trip on the Cooper River. Some of the sights we were treated ...
Even though I didn't enjoy Miami as a place that much, our only night there ended up being amazingly random and cool. Four of the girls went to the LoveHate Lounge which is the bar that the people from Miami Ink have opened, but I stuck with the lads and went to downtown Miami in a taxi and ended up in a place where it felt like I could be shot at any second which was freaky. After being pretty much lost for a while after deciding to try to escape from the ghetto ...