Hampton Inn & Suites Palm Coast
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... it was not cheap to eat there these days. We weren't hungry yet anyways, so we continued down toward the waterway. There is a street that runs along the river aptly named River Street that is lined with trinket shops, kiosks and restaurants. There were two tall ships and two paddle wheelers docked along the river as well. The tall ships were open for tour at a cost and the paddle wheeler advertised that it would be taking folks on ...
Very stormy day in Charleston, SC today (and for the last 3 days in a row); and forecasted to be stormy right through Wed. So making today a driving day!!!
Charleston is affectionately known as "the low country", because the streets pretty much flood and close down whenever it rains an inch or more. Brilliant.
- Miles: 310
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... hour for our room to be ready. Leaving our bags in reception office, we parked the car across the street and we strolled back to the hotel from the beach side and straight to the bar, where a beer & cocktail was calling our names. We had a good chat with the barmaid, who was enthralled by our trip plans. Whilst waiting to check in. We chatted with a guy in cycle gear, who had just ridden 75miles on a charity ride with his son. Once we got checked in and were given a ...
... sharks teeth - another Sand Shark tooth, and a broken portion of a Mako? Also have a nice tan from the hike :). You can figure on about 3 hours, if you hike a trail or two and walk the whole beach at a relaxed pace. Arrived back at the parking area and managed to kill my car battery goofing off, had to wait about 20 minutes for some one to give me a jump - another reason I don't care for automatics.......could ...
... looks much sleeker and "dignified." They can be dangerous when cornered or such, but are usually shy and retreating.
The remainder of the hike passed quietly. We did about three miles in the morning and later in the day hiked another two miles or so. Signs of a recent wildfire are near the ranger station as well as some attempts to control the large number of palmettos. It had a very un-natural look to it and smacked of farming techniques. ...