Holiday Inn Express Charleston-Summerville
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... Southend Brewery where Marc had assured us they had the 2nd best burger in he whole of America (Apparently the best burger can be had on the Florida keys). With such a glowing recommendation coming from our esteemed co traveler myself and Les ordered the burger and licked our lips in anticipation. Well I'm sad to say that Marc's memory is either not very good or the brewery has made some major culinary changes for the worst as ...
... t want to spoil lunch so we opted to share a very little one scoop cup. I refused to let Chris choose the flavour because I didn’t want lemon! I chose a Butter Cookie flavour which was delicious. Even though Chris didn’t want to admit he liked it, he did!
We moved on gelato cup in hand and admired the waterfront park, then walked on down to find an area called ‘Rainbow Row’, so named because of the ...
... drunk because I guess you can't embarrass yourself in that way in a party like this one, but some people were walking around openly getting stoned and others seemed really high on coke. I felt a bit like a superstar being in a party like that and it was a lot of fun spending time just with the boys to get away from some of the *****ing and girlieness that has been making me feel a bit low around the campsite sometimes. When we left the party just before 3 (which ...
... 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 ...
... by the Museum for African Art in New York, in cooperation with Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture at the College of Charleston, McKissick Museum at the University of South Carolina and the Sweetgrass Cultural Arts Festival Association.In the fall of 2008, the debut exhibition opened at the Gibbes Museum and from there went to Cincinnati, Los Angeles and the McKissick Museum at the University ...
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