Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Charleston Airport-Convention Center Area
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... four of us enjoyed dinner at Tubby's, then ice cream at Leopold's downtown before driving to the airport to meet my sister, Cheryl Ferguson, who was joining us for a week. Dave and Rhonda shared their new GMC Acadia to drive us back to Morningstar Marina at Golden Isles late that night. Thanks guys - that was a big help!
The next morning, we headed to Savannah on the "outside", traveling in the Atlantic versus the ICW. The seas were calm and ...
... a fun game called jackpot and relaxing in the hottub.
When we got hungry later in the evening the boys wanted to take us to a Barbecue, but the kitchen was already closed. So we had to drive back to the centre of Charleston and got some pizza at Mellow Mushroom, which was really good. Then we all decided to go back to the hostel, since we had planned to drive to Savannah the next day. A few of the guys decided to come to Savannah to meet us, too.
... churches the more affluent the area I am told, so they are a sort of success barometer I guess. Population of Bartow is around 100 maybe, but past glories lurk in the undergrowth and are commemorated by memorials and historic plaques recounting Civil War events which were significant throughout this area.
If you do Google it, look just to the north of the tiny hamlet of Bartow and see a group of round irrigation pivot circles, that's our farm, mostly ...
... and landscapes. A couple of small bonuses that are helping to make the trip so good are the discovery of a fridge in the car, and the radio stations over here. You can always get a classic or contemporary rock station. They aren't shy to play none famous album tracks by bands we love from the 60's right up to today as well. So you often get a forgotten gem popping out to brighten up what can often be long (although picturesque) roads. Got to go now, need food. :) *Slight ...
We made our way to the famous and beautiful Charleston, South Carolina. Our first day in the city we had beautiful weather so we took a stroll through the old town market. A great lunch at the famous Justine's Restaurant where we have some "real" Southern cooking. Found out that we really do like the taste of okra! Also, had a chance have a rendezvous with a old workmate Elizabeth Seaborne from ...
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