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 ...
... Dell during the classroom time.
I will begin searching for my fancy art deco fountain pen, a gift from my mother, which will be appropriate to my writing theme. Likely I'll also take along my favorite Bic for extra ink, should the need arise.
I shall begin packing this day or the next and I'll post further along the way, in the meantime I will say "beannacht" and will post further along the way.
... had to pay a fortune for the taxi and our 2014 Chrysler Malibu. Came home and the friendly neighbour popped in to look at the internet. He couldn't fix it, so said we could use his, and he offered to drive us to the station at 4am next Saturday. What a guy!
Got back in the car and went to the local Super Walmart for a few groceries. Hassard style, we bought lots. Now there is a chicken roasting in the oven, wine in the fridge, and Superbowl is about to ...
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 ...
... phone carrier) that was beautifully displayed. Veering off to the markets that spanned five or six buildings, I watched many locals constructing South Carolina's famous weaved baskets (at a heafty dollar tag), browsed many tacky souvineers and sampled the local iced sweet tea from America's only tea plantation.
I continued on my house hunting and on a recommendation from the Lonely Planet, headed over to Philadelphia Alley that backs onto all these amazing ...