Hampton Inn & Suites North Charleston-University Blvd
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... belt this afternoon. He forgot to put the tailgate on the truck down as he was driving out from under the trailer after unhooking. Lucky Again! We had Some minor scratches on the plastic thing that's attached to the top of the tailgate part of the bed liner.... It could have been much worse.
Tomorrow we plan to spend with Ed's parents and niece and do some much needed shopping, so our next update will be Tuesday evening after we arrive in Gainesville.
... things they sell there. The market sheds were very crowded, lots of tourists walking around.
Then we went on the carriage city tour, which I liked very much. We could see many parts of the city in a shorter time and the guide knew a lot of interesting facts about the city and the buildings he showed us.
Later we drove to the beach at Isle of Palms to meet with our new friends whom we had met the evening before at a club. They invited us to ...
... largely mitigated by the control enabled by the dam. Of course there is the fringe benefit of substantial power generation also, but that is another story and I'm not sure I should mention this aspect in Erin's range.....better not I think.
So we entered Georgia, a little to the west of the famous golf town of Augusta, which is actually directly north of our patch at Bartow. Now Bartow is a little hard to find on the map, the print is usually the smallest ...
... anger and annoyance behind us and headed out for some drinks. We also made the decision to cancel our planned September Orlando wedding anniversary trip. As, with us going to Florida this week it did seem a tad indulgent, and also a bit of a waste of money given that we could do what we wanted to do there over a few days starting this weekend. So we've changed our plans slightly and are going to hit the Magic Kingdom and Universal after Savannah (our next destination) rather ...
... Spanish moss dangles in long, soft grey tendrils from the trees and the different shades of green are a sight to behold. After a day's driving it was great to stroll through the woods and by the lake as the warm late afternoon sunlight streamed through the trees, throwing wonderful reflections into the water. We were amused to see the sign warning us that it is against State law to harrass the alligators as we had no intention of doing so!
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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