Hilton Garden Inn Charleston Airport
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... they took me out for Dinner to Myles and Jun Yakitori where we had dinner together.
It was very very good, spring rolls, pickled chicken and chicken with gorgonzola sauce - so delicious!
Such a nice evening. :-)
Now watching TV with John, updating my status and relaxing on the couch with Casper, the domestic dog who doesn't like to share his sofa. :-)
Have good night Germany, let's see whats going on tomorrow!
... was really good and interesting and it would have been nice to linger there a bit longerbut we were still in queuing mode and kept moving forward as the people in front moved. The ride was really good fun and not as scary as i had feared. I though it might be a lot of being thrown upside down, twirled and twisted in gut moving ways but instead it was more a clever way of using 3D. Would have loved doing it again but another wait of two hours stopped us from that. Had lunch that we ...
For better or for worse, today was a little less eventful than yesterday. We woke up comfortable and well rested, in a clean, mildew free hotel. We had a nice, hot breakfast downstairs, and then packed up, made reservations for a different hotel for the rest of the trip, checked out, and headed to Isle of Palms for a beachy day. The clouds and the rain were gone, and the skies were a beautiful blue. The beach was very nice, the day was warm with a wonderful breeze, and ...
... Patriot victory of the War) and enjoyed a nice stroll through the lowland forest. We were reminded of where we are when we read the sign telling us to watch out for alligators. We are more accustomed to looking out for bears! We had to head north from Wilmington to the battlefield, so we picked up some more back roads to hit our route down to Charleston. Only one major obstacle stood in our way...Myrtle Beach. And sadly, this being the ...
... Colonial Government in the American Colonies. The main floor and the top floor were built as meeting areas and the basement was used to store goods waiting to be shipped or delivered. George Washington visited the area after the revolutionary war and danced on the same floor where we stood. Pretty neat stuff! The British used the basement area to hold American prisoners during the war. We were told many died down there in their fight for independence. Thus the ...
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