Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Newberry
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... SC to London to SC, for a total of 32,000 miles. It seems as if we can never out do him. (Brian, have you seen Mt. McKinley?) His quote from Susan Sontag; "I haven't been everywhere, but it's on my list."
I am ready to be home for a while---ok maybe a few trips to Tryon--to see the Kricket Clan and the Charleston Comptons and to get some hugs and kisses from all of them. Being away from them is the toughest thing about such a long trip. I ...
... May 18 and return to South Carolina on June 28. During this trip, we will visit South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Canada and Alaska. We have many sights planned to visit and I am sure there will be many more unplanned ones. My hope is to blog and post pictures to this blog site. It will be my way to keep everyone updated on our trip as well as a journal for Ben and ...
... everywhere in the US. How ugly the street scape is in this country. Huge wide multi laned roads with all these enormous signs for fast food restaurants, petrol stations and Walmart type shopping centers. As ugly as it was when i arrived as an exchange student in 1976. So very, very, very ugly. Everywhere. No difference where you are. And then all these spaghetti type interstate roads criss crossing in multi tiered fashion with on and off ramps ...
... large and nice but nothing spectacular at all. Too many trees and too low. Never above the tree line and no craggy alps. My theory is that Americans think these drives so scenic because they always drive on four lane highways with very wide median strips eg they never get to rive on two lane roads with nature close to the road as we do all the time. Anyway we left the ark earlier than planned, passed through a touristy and ...
... to Columbia proper, the first time I'd had a chance to see it. She showed me the University of South Carolina, where she went. It was funny to see that university campus roads and parks look the same in any country, it looked the same as mine. From there we drove out to the outskirts and we found a restaurant for dinner. We picked it almost at random, and lucked out. Pearlz turned out to have one free booth, the last one that happened without a wait for it, and we got ...