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Today's escapade was a fun-filled jaunt through 3 states with a pit stop full of jittery kids and a hilarious bear.
We started off the morning in Tuscaloosa -- waking up early enough to take advantage of the free hot breakfast of scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy. Yay Hampton Inn! We decided to be good Christians …
Left Charleston late, we stopped in Columbia 30 minutes after dark.
Dinner: Chick fil a french fries with Polynesian sauce.
Let me be honest, Columbia was mainly chosen because it possessed a Schlotzsky's deli; which we missed because of their ridiculously late opening time... 11 am.
... best seafood I have ever had!
We went to Murrells Inlet for fireworks the night of the 4th and it was an amazing show. The next morning we left for Columbia to pack the car and do some shopping.
We planned on spending today, the 6th, in Savannah but we ran into some issues with the car. T he radio broke, which affected everything electronic in the car and the gauges. We took ...
... Robert E. Lee and Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson. We'll stop there to pay our respects, have a bite to eat and then continue on to Winchester VA for an overnight stay. We'll be up bright and early July 1. We'll arrive in Gettysburg on the day 150 years ago that this momentous battle began.
Nan is driving, singing along to Bette Midler, Trent is in the back watching a Civil War Documentary on his ...
... at 2pm, so spend a good amount of time there and really enjoyed it. Definitely one of the better zoos we have been to.
Drove back to the hotel and then later went to Clark's for dinner. We both had catfish which was the first time either of us had had this and it was nice. Went back to the hotel and got some ice cream then watched tv for the evening.
No idea what we are going to do ...