Holiday Inn Express Charleston-Summerville
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... the building is brick. They only stucco the front for appearance sake. They now have strict regulations about what you can do to the exterior of all these old homes. They want to retain as much of the historic value as they can. I am posting several pictures of homes in Charleston so you can get a feel for the history. Before boarding the carriage we had walked through several long buildings that ...
... for a long leisurely lunch. As we had not properly celebrated Wend,s birthday it was an opportunity to celebrate and the champagne was poured while onion soup and southern style trout were costumed. Our waitress Anne was a real bundle of fun. She had only moved to Charleston from Augusta Georgia the week before but she was throwing herself into her work. She has an ex boyfriend from Harrogate ... She really added an extra zing to ...
... eat every last bite, even if I had to sweat through it. Al and I actually fought over the last bites.
After lunch, we opted for some more history with a trip to Fort Sumter. A ferry departed from the Aquarium for $17 per person, allowing us 1 hour at the fort with 1/2 hour rides back and forth. Charleston Harbor is set up for battle, literally. Entering the harbor from the Atlantic in the 1700 - 1800's meant passing 4 or 5 forts. At ...
... with a 20 mile radius of Hudson (quite a small town), where we stayed the night
Onto Clearwater, Tampa Bay, where we caught up with 3 people from our Peru trip. Highly entertaining night spent with them.
Last day in motor home spent in Daytona Beach after spending the day at Kennedy Space Centre. After returning the motor home we drove to Orlando and spent a day at Disneyworld. The plane ride home was better as we had a touch and go on landing ...
... I washed it with window cleaner. It was a waxy material that was difficult to remove. I decided then to check the oil. Much to my amazement, there was NONE on the dipstick. At no time did any of the engine warning lights come on, so I didn't suspect a thing.
I did a minor freak out and talked to Lynnie about it. It was too late to contact SpeeDee, so I called a couple of friends and vented a bit. My panic subsided. We waited, almost ...
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