Hampton Inn & Suites Charleston / West Ashley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... now for a day or two and also a couple from Holland and we’ve been referring to them as Mr and Mrs Arizona and Mr and Mrs Holland. Well last night both couples ended up in the Crows Nest with us so we introduced ourselves and everybody else did too. So we have Dave and Irene from Arizona and Ria and Jan from Rotterdam. We had a great time getting to know each other especially when it turned out that Irene was actually born ...
... 130,000 population they host between 4.5 and 5 million tourists every year. That helps the economy! While we were there, Boeing, a new employer in the area, was conducting a campaign against having a union plant. So, industry is coming back to Charleston, too. They have renowned colleges and military academies as well as a thriving art culture. It is a thriving city today. We walk away knowing more about Charleston than we thought ...
... gem, tucked away. From there we hit the big time, landing in Clearwater for a grand reunion with Grandchildren. Heath and Maddie and Avery sucked us up into their whirlwind family life for just a weekend and we loved every minute of it, although we left there utterly exhausted. Shane is Super Pup-Pup when he is with those girls and I don't know who wears who out, but they sure have fun and the laughter fills the house. I can't compete with that energy, so Mimi enjoys the ...
... second time she has voiced her yearning for Che! She said she did not want Che to be in heaven with Quincy and Jasper, she wanted him down here to play with her. God Bless Ruby and Che!
We are learning that Edisto, besides all that an oceanfront brings, has another asset. Their history is documented back to 1570 when a Spanish Missionary arrived to convert the Edisto Indians. In 1683 the Indians sold to the English, moved off the island ...
Today we ended up starting much earlier than expected as Ted was feeling sick most of the night from something he ate (after yesterday, it's way too hard to pinpoint what). Rather than lie there and try and get back to sleep, we decided to go to the airport and try to catch the early 6am flight instead. There was no problem for the hotel to call a taxi so it made more sense.
Upon arrival at Louis Armstrong, there was a queue already for the ...