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... the four of us were very happy with the visit. On the rating I would give it 4/5 . Less than five because of the long wait, due to not enough booths and the cumbersome finger scanning, which could have been shortened. For Patrick it was full score and the best day he had experienced in the US. So that was nice for us to hear. He had really enjoyed his time on his own too. Away from 'disapproving ' eyes he could indulge and buy all the things he had read about in the books such ...
... then headed over to Fort Moultrie (3 more stamps today!!) which served as a defense for Charleston harbor during the Revolutionary War, Civil War, and World War II. Sadly we didn't have time to make it across the harbor to its more well known partner, Fort Sumter, but we got some glimpses of it from the beach on Sullivan's Island. Sullivan's Island must be the beach destination of all of Charleston because everyone was there today! Yet ...
... zoo and I stroked a deer, and a goat. There were lots of other small animals there too and very few kids, just us adults.
After that we left the place and drove back after avery good day. It was still hot, but less overpowering than the first half of the week.
Ordered pizza from Pizza Hut again. It took me forever to get the girl to understand my order and the hotel we wanted it delivered to. A nightmare! arrived ten mins late with no plates, but what the ...
... provisions for their owner families back in the 1800's. The buildings run for several blocks and are filled with vendors selling the wares. More shopping! One of my goals was to purchase another sweet grass basket. I started collecting these several years ago on our first trip to the area. The art of sweet grass basket making was brought over from Africa with the slaves. It has been passed down by generations and they are sold today only in the area around Mt. Pleasant ...
... The next day after a splendid breakfast curtesy of my galant host Miriya, we went up to the mountains to Dollywood and Pigeon Forge. We stayed at a motel in Pigeon Forge but wanted to go see Gatlinburg for the evening, and after trying to work out the public transit system we gave up and took the car through the forest to Gatlinburg.
Man. What a pretty town, It is plenty commercialised,but not in the same way as ...
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