Hampton Inn Charleston - Daniel Island
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... the lay of the land, we drove around to see where we might find beach access. We found out that dogs were permitted on the beach on leash before 10:00 AM and after 6:00 PM. They were not permitted on the beach in between those hours, so our timing wasn't arbitrary.
We turned down a side street and found a great spot, right near the beach access walkway. We headed out to the sand and beheld a beautiful beach. The sand was an ashy gray color, unlike any we ...
... Sinensis, a variety of tea bush. Our guide told us they love the sandy soil and subtropical climate of this area. We saw tea trimmers in the fields, passed by the harvester called the Green Monster, and made a stop at the greenhouse to admire the baby tea plants. Back at the factory, I posed with Waddy, the frog mascot on the porch. The gift ...
... angles and apertures. Dad gave him some pointers along the way and he did a nice job. He has a good eye for composition.
We ate at the Stable Café after touring the house. This restaurant was set in the original horse stables. We dined in a long booth within one of the bays and enjoyed a few games of Uno and some much-needed food. The kids ordered hot tea, it was such a chilly day.
Of course, we had to see ...
... tender inside. The chili was not runny but instead well formed into a patty shape that held up well and wasn't messy. The pimento cheese gave the burger that little extra something that you normally don't expect from a burger. The fries were very good as well. They were crispy but not over cooked.
Overall Impression: Excellent burger and ...
... lot of open areas and wide roads.
Accommodation in Charleston was expensive, so we are staying at Mount Pleasant across the bridge. The hotel is on Shem Ceek which is a fishing area. Don't be fooled - it's wonderful. The creek is scenic and there are seafood bars and restaurants along the water. After checking into our hotel, we walked to Red's Ice House restaurant and had beers, crab chowder and shrimp and bacon kebabs. Welcome to South Carolina!