Holiday Inn Charleston-Mount Pleasant
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... had competed on Food Network on Food Court Wars - cool. Of course the adventure doesn't end there. We get to the base to check in and the clerk tells Dave that she doesn't have a reservation for us - thus the Griswald experience continues. We end up checking in Best Western Patriot's Point - really nice so it worked to our benefit. Now we have our list of places for tomorrow and a list of local eateries - let the adventure continue. Till tomorrow Clark and ...
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 ...
... SC traffic jam and more freestyling on the backgrounds to get out of it. We stopped off at our hotel before returning to downtown Charleston to grab some dinner. Eric was finally able to get his oysters and we got our fill of some good southern cooking with hushpuppies with praline butter, shrimp and grits, and a seafood casserole served with red rice. We decided to walk off our dinner by perusing the artisan stands in the Market and was ...
... was the Kiawah Island Golf and Beach Resort, an exclusive enclave located about 30 minutes from Charleston. While we had originally considered staying at Kiawah so Michelle could enjoy the beach and I could play among the five world-class golf courses on the property, we opted instead for the historic district of downtown Charleston.
We arrived at The Sanctuary, the five-star hotel on Kiawah, and it proved to be among the nicest hotels we have ...
... deck and engine room. The flight deck
was a great place to cool off and get some good views of Charleston and
the harbor. The Yorktown serves a Navy style lunch in the CPO Galley.
We could not get the lunch because of our Fort Sumter tour, but it
looked like they were serving meatballs with gravy and some other
stuff. Probably delicious. After the Yorktown, we toured the USS
Laffey, a destroyer that was part of the ...