Holiday Inn Charleston-Mount Pleasant
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... the amazing beauty and peace of this moment on the sea.
Thank you, Tracey, for sharing your wonderful self and your paddle board with me. This was totally a blast and I really had fun. Now I want to try going on a zip line. Better do these things while we still can.
Later in the afternoon we bike around the island until Kent finds he has a flat tire. Luckily there is a bike ...
... WB Yeats, who's ghost I shall likely encounter during my trip to Innisfree. This is actually possible only through the benefices of a grant I received from my employer. That's right, I won a grant which is enabling me to pursue my passion for penmanship. And penmanship it will be, so I've been told. While I'm taking my laptop with me, I have been instructed to bring my favorite writing pen, as the "visual nature of the exercises" disallow for ...
With much fanfare, Phil the groundhog has predicted another 6 weeks of winter, although you wouldn't know it here in sunny Charleston. It was such a relief to be able to walk in the sunshine without hats, gloves and coats in 17 deg warmth. Green grass, lots of birds and friendly people.
Seeing we had no wi fi or maps, we set out looking for a car hire firm. No luck, so we flagged a cab to take us to the airport and the Hertz desk. Terry was a bit grumpy, ...
We left NYC this morning, some with hate in their hearts others with love of the city. We didn't make it to a few monuments because of the political **** show happening with Americas government (take a pay cut you selfish idiots!) Shimmy and Sama had planned on stopping in DC but the whole thing is shut down. We soon found better things in Virginia; NASCAR Country? It was a toss up for dinner between Bojangles (home of the famous fried chicken and biscuits; lets be honest no ...
... and businesses along the way. Then we saw the tidal marshes and finally the marina, home to many very nice boats. We crossed the river and into the historic district and drove around for a while to get a flavor of the city. I expected high rises and modern buildings. But that was not the case. We saw a lot of old buildings surrounding an upscale shopping district near Lindsay’s hotel on narrow ...