Hampton Inn and Suites Charleston/Mt. Pleasant-Isle Of Palms
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... to sleep.I woke up about 12 which was jut the perfect sleep in I needed, and we went to the beach with aeden.
He is almost 2 so he is super energetic, really playful, and loves the beach. The water was warm as hell! Probably the warmest water I've ever swum in at a beach. I taught Aeden how to use my camera and he took a bunch of selfies. We played around in the shallow water building mud castles before heading to nates work.
... and bowling alley). I was skeptical of eating at a bowling alley; I was expecting hot dogs and frozen pizza, but they actually have a decent restaurant and I was able to stick to my South Beach diet with an arugula salad with roasted chicken. Rather than stay for bowling, we called it an early night and got back to the hotel in order to get a good night's sleep before Jessica's graduation the next morning. ...
... long, and trading since 1841. Mainly craft stalls, and the local speciality is the weaving of sweetgrass baskets. The early slaves brought this tradition from Africa. Stopped there for coffee and a spot of people watching.
Visited The Old Slave Mart, which was very sobering. Public slave auctions were banned in 1856 as they were thought bad for the town's image, so they were conducted undercover until 1865 when the Union ...
... and experienced some historical US sites. The girls also swam with the dolphins and set fireworks off where the civil war started.
After an adventurous day on the boat the girls napped and rested up for their night out on the town. The first stop was happy hour at The Boathouse (we all know how much Shimmy and Sama love deals involving alcohol) which is located right down the street from the Isle of Palms Beach. ...
... most of the way. Nothing interesting to report there. About 70 miles out of Charleston, we turned onto Rt. 17 which brought us NE to the city. It was an unremarkable drive at first. We drove through about 40 miles of construction. It didn't slow us down much, but it had us weaving back and forth from the left side to the right, one-way over to two-way and back to one-way traffic, past piles of Carolina red ...