Hampton Inn Charleston Airport / Coliseum
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... were at best average. Marc looked a little sad.
Back at our frog\bug infested camp we all did some laundry. So a pretty low key day, I actually feel bad making you read this. I was nodding off a bit while i was writing it, so god knows what reading it was like. If you have persevered and made it this far, then i say thank you and i promise to do more exciting things tomorrow.
Until then i love you byyeeeeee.
... was pelting us and it actually hurt, but still we were in the water. My mother thinks we are crazy. She is probably right. We've ridden bikes on the beach, Nicole has dissected every sea creature that's washed up on the shore and Natalie and Saul have made a lot of sand castles. Nora and Neve have spent every waking moment in some kind of water, and when Neve isn't in the water she's wearing her cowboy boots saying "howdy, partner." So it's been a nice couple of days. ...
... convinced it’s five o’clock somewhere.
HAPPY’S VERSION OF THE FARMHOUSE BURGER
¼ pound charcoaled Angus beef pattie
2 slices of Applewood Smoked Bacon
1 farm fresh egg cooked over medium (make sure it’s a little runny)
Top with 1 thick slice of Cheddar Cheese
1 buttered & toasted English muffin
Garnish as desired (truthfully, this burger doesn’t need a ...
... Memorial. We caught the 10.45am ferry to the fort and spent an hour looking around the fort that had started the American Civil War, before our return ferry. Once on the ferry back, we found out that a young couple had just got engaged at the fort. How sweet! We returned back to Brian and headed off out of Charleston towards Savannah, Georgia.
... at the hotel, there was a line out the door with only 1 person working the register. We didn't get the key to our rooms until 4:30 AM.
We crammed group-by-group into the elevators to make our way to the 8th floor with all our luggage, but there was one problem - the 8th floor button on the elevator didn't work! At this point, everyone just started cracking up! I don't know if it was exhaustion or delirium, ...