Hampton Inn Charleston North
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We returned to Edisto Island State Beach for a week for rest and relaxation. Not many locations that are so close to the beach. We have many photos with commentary here for your enjoyment.
I have the new iPhone 6 camera which is doing a pretty good job.
We are not doing much here. Veterans day, we had a stay in day except for my 9 mile around the island bike ride. We caught up on reading and ...
We were both so hungover but i needed to get to my train, and Michelle had class to go to so we got in the car and squeezed in a quick brekky at a pretty outrageous southern diner. The waitresses had pigtailed hair and wore checkered red and white long sleeve shirts under their blue overalls!
As i hadn't seen much of the city, we did a little driving tour on the way to the train station, which sufficed for me ...
That evening we went to the Bay Street Biergarten to meet Jessica, her boyfriend Carter, Sierra, and her boyfriend Orlo for dinner. Sierra and Orlo got engaged about two weeks prior, so we had a great time talking about her engagement and Jessica's post-graduation plans. Also, it was fun for the oldest sisters to get to know their little sisters. Unfortunately, Audrey was the only one not there, as she wasn't able to miss school.
... chocolate chip cookie and pink lemonade, on the piazza. Spent a few minutes rocking and overlooking the water – how relaxing that could be. Went into the gift shop on our return to the Visitor’s Center and bought a Tervis Charleston glass, our only “Charleston” purchase for the trip.
We then headed to Shem Creek, home of 18 restaurants. Donna and Ken had been told they could spend a half day there. Not sure what one ...
Our condo is very nice inside, a bit of luxury. A sort of community built around a lake, with many birds - seagulls, egret and darters, which are called anhinga here. We watched an osprey catch a fish this morning, and the ravens were trying to steal it. We are under the flight path for the Air Force, but this doesn't worry us so far. The Boeing factory is close by, and we saw the 747 Dreamlifter, their huge cargo plane this morning. It was amazing.