Hampton Inn Charleston - Historic District
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... It had lots of broken shells in it, too.
We headed to the water and, of course, Harley wanted to get in the water. I walked him in and we splashed around a bit. There were a few other dogs there as well. We walked north, toward the pier trying to stay in the water as much as possible. The water was really warm, at around 78 degrees. After you were in for a few moments, it felt like it was the same temperature as the air. Not anything like the Pacific, ...
... a complimentary tea bar and I tried a couple of varieties. We purchased souvenirs, too, as shown in the photo, as well as some tea.
... the little shops housed in the carriage house, and we picked up a few ornaments.
Cheryl drove Old Blue off the estate, which is a bit of a drive in and of itself, and continued driving for the next few hours so that Mark could rest. Not a pleasant drive, as it was rainy most of the way through, over windy roads in the Smoky Mountains.
After a gas stop, Mark took over once more and drove through to Charleston, ...
Menu Item: Rib, Pulled Chicken, & Pulled Pork Combo with Mac 'n Cheese and Cole Slaw
Notes: Forgot to take a picture. Supposedly the best dry rub ribs in the Southeast.
Comments: The ribs were too dry and had smaller bones than a lot of places. They also had a lot of gristle in them and not a ton of meat ...
... Bill was awarded the Medal of Honor.
Terry did a quick tour of the submarine USS Clamagore while I sat in the sun birdwatching. (The local pelicans are brown and dull). We finished off with a quick tour of the USS Laffey, the destroyer 'that would not die' after all the hits it took from the Japanese during WW11. I learned a lot more about kamikaze aircraft than I needed to.
All that was a bit exhausting, so we came home and had a sleep.