Hampton Inn Georgetown - Marina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... for lunch. My sisters and I shared crabcakes as an appetizer and hummingbird cake with Italian butter cream for dessert (delicious, rich, and there was plenty for the three of us). Peggy had the Hopsewee salad plate of chicken salad, potato salad, pasta salad, bean salad, fresh fruit, and a pimento cheese biscuit. Joan had a chicken salad sandwich, gin-gin soup (chicken, wild rice, and mushrooms), ...
... we counted ourselves lucky as the wind picked up considerably and temperature plunged. With Mr. Heater now dead, the little ceramic electric heater rose to the task and kept us toasty for the rest of the night. Rhiannon was soaking wet inside and out so Maggie washed and dried ieverything in sight while I worked at getting boat dried out and reasonably squared away. Maggie put together a nice fajita dinner with red box wine and we ...
... which is burned down to the ground by a group of white people. Apparently, whites discourage Negros from owning businesses. I reluctantly return to school in January 1968. I don’t fit in, I think. Everyone walks slower, and talks with a southern drawl. Racism is abundant, and many schools in this area are segregated. I don’t like southern food and ice tea, and my classmates are narrow minded, smoke cigarettes, and wear old-fashioned ...
... her eyes, and command her the way my older brother, Carver, scares me.
“Pick up my books right this minute, or else I’ll bash your ******* face into the wall and splatter your brains all over your friends!”
“I, I, I was jest ked’in,” her voice shakes. She quickly gathers up my books, sets them back onto the sink, and exits with her followers.
YEAH, I’m QUEEN of the restroom! I cheer ...
... and enjoying it while we can.
This morning we left Greenwood and drove to McCormick ,just to get some extra photos of the places we missed yesterday. It rained most of the day so we just kept driving to Georgetown.. We keep coming across churches with 3 crosses and were wondering what they meant...so if anyone out there knows what they represent..We were thinking KKK but as they are in church yards I doubt thats correct.