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... invited to the first party tomorrow evening.. :-)
After all Mortimer took me to Bosch to get my rental car.
As I espected, a typical American one - the Dogde Avenger!
It's a kind of brawny, but which car in America isn't that?
Time to explore the area between Bosch and the house of my guestfamily!
When I arrived home, Samantha and John where already home from work so we had some time to introduce our ...
... worried that the ride would be too much for it. John, became more and more desperate and as we were literally at the front and ready to 'board' the ride he took off out through an exit door and we didn't see him until later. Inside the castle it was great and Andreas and Patrick tried to fill me in on things we saw. Really well done and i did recognise things from the one Harry Potter movie i can remember having seen. The portraits hanging on the walls with moving people inside for ...
... look so good, it would take a year to try them all.
After dinner we went back to the historic section of Charleston, back to a different park at the harbor and walked around as the moon rose over the water--almost a full moon. It was just beautiful, and it had cooled down considerably by this point so it was quite pleasant. A relaxing way to end a full day. Y'all tune in tomorrow for more stories from the deep South!
... Ann and I were able to tour the plantation. In addition to the gardens, there's also a stable and rice mill. The staff at Middleton Place dress in period costumes, and demonstrate many of the practices of the day. We observed silk spinning and the operation of turning corn into corn meal. Pretty cool stuff.
Middleton Place is worth the look when in the Charleston ...
... this City Market. You can also find basket stands along Hwy 17 leading into Mt. Pleasant. I found a perfect one made by a lady named Janie Palmer. She was there weaving baskets with her daughter who was learning the art. After the market we walked down to the Waterfront Park area. This is a beautiful park along the Charleston Harbor area. We toured The Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon. The building was built in 1768-1771 and is one of the last formal structures built by ...
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