Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Charleston/Ashley Phosphate
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... which Pam had recommended ...very hot day and expensive, not very exciting stores so we had a coffee outside sitting by a petty fountain and then went to Kiawah island and the county beach which was lovely...miles of fine white sand. Walter and I walked along the sand while I and K went back to the car to rest. It was much cooler on the beach and we watched 2 labs play in the water Then off to the Tea Plantation on Wadalmaw Iasland. The ...
... getting out of the park if you want to continue south on Highway 17. I decided not to try and cross, went North and turned around at the next spot I could.
Traveled the rest of the way without stopping until I arrived at my hotel. The lady could not find my reservation, but they had rooms available so I guess that worked out! I'm hoping tomorrow will be slightly warmer than today and I am looking forward to checking out some places I have not been to before.
What a great first full day. We had ordered room service for 6.30-7.00 and it arrived at the earlier time. So we had coffee, toast and fruit salad before heading up to the gym at before 7AM. Andreas joined us but Patrick really wanted a slow start to the day so he was left sleeping. An hour in the gym, treadmill facing the sea just like in the other ship. Not too many people but definitely good to come earlier rather than later. We started our breakfast at 8.30 ...
... with cemeteries and visited one of the oldest (and slightly creepiest) here in Charleston.
We spent some time wandering around Patriots Point where the SS Yorktown is docked.
Finally, we took a drive through James Island State Park that has a 3 mile long drive filled with nothing but Christmas light displays. I have many pictures of that but refuse to post those until AFTER Thanksgiving!
... left of the road but 1 pivot opposite too.
The farm has about 550 acres under pivot irrigation and is milking about 860 at present. It is being farmed the Kiwi pastoral way as mentioned already, rather than the intensive US confinement system prevalent here. The mild winters here, no snow usually, mean housing the cows is not necessary, and the very hot summers are coped with by water misters over yards and also mounted under the pivot irrigators which ...