Hampton Inn Charleston Airport / Coliseum
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... also without incident for the next 10 days, my plan would be to drive around the South staying in the different areas for days as there's plenty to do and see. We're currently in the air and on our way to Louisville, Kentucky it's taken as 3 flights today but seeing Lady Antebellum belt it out tonight will be worth it!! I'll make sure I report in full on the concert for y'all Lady A fans back home!! Y'all have a great day now ya ...
... to read and write, boys went their way and John spent time in the library. One more session in the gym. I did an hour of cardio and weights which was really good. Not too many people now either. Dinner was a formal affair and we had special bookings in the Canaletto, an Italian restaurant attached to le Cirque. Very fancy food and delicious. Same wonderful silver service and same slow pace. Really, really good. We had antipasto, I had a sea food bisque ...
Today we drove to Charleston via Hilton Head. Not an inspiring trip and traffic like the Geelong Road. Hilton Head is a big resort/time share area with large low rise shopping malls and golf courses abounding. All this has been developed on what was low-lying, swampy ground, but done in an attractive ...
... not welcomed! Walked the town with its old
world charms and stopped in for a much needed beverage, just to hydrate
of course.Got a travel map of Charleston and walked what we THOUGHT was a walking tour. It looked long but figured it couldn't be that bad, it's a walking tour! Turns out it was a bus route.In the humidity it made it even longer! Time for another beverage after that. Stopped in a little pub and I ordered ...
We managed to hit Charleston at rush hour. Not the best of times to be driving an RV with a toad. But we got to Plantation Oaks easily. Nice park, right off the freeway. When we went to our spot there was a Canadian who was using the site we were directed to washing his car. The sties were pull thrus, very long. Guess he didn't want to get his site muddy.
After setting up we hopped in the ...