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Travel Blogs from North Charleston
... tasted like vanilla ice cream with caramel and it sort of looked like beer with a white head if just not as foamy as the real beer. People watching again allowed the time to pass in quite a fast and pleasant way. Had it been warmer it wouldn't have been so bad really. The queue moved quickly but it was long. Like being in a labyrinth and I would have liked to know how long distance we covered! The cold had a negative impact on our bladders. I tried not to think about it but ...
After lunch Randy and I continued walking around the city. We found a beautiful church and graveyard. Here's something I learned on the carriage ride: A graveyard is attached to a church and you have to be a church member to be buried there. A cemetery is open to any denomination and is not necessarily beside a church. We walked through the graveyard and read some of the headstones. There ...
... shuttle into Charleston. Our fellow travelers were all people of a certain age like us but they were all from Northern states having travel led south for winter.
At the visitor centre we took one of the free trolley buses which travel around the Town Centre as this is the best way to get your bearings and see what there is to see. While we were waiting we had an interesting conversation with a couple from New York State who were on ...
... to find out about the glory that is Pecan Honeybee jelly, and then I head out the next early morning to Charleston.
I've thoroughly enjoyed the kind, generous and just in general good people I've spent time with since leaving New Orleans and my current hosts Kristen and Andrew are no exceptions to that.
I am in Charleston visiting my pen pal since (atleast this is how far we've been able to track it so far) ...
... we have noticed since arriving in the US is that my sense of direction, which is normally non-existent, has improved dramatically and Dave's, which is normally excellent, has deteriorated dramatically. We figure it must be something to do with the hemisphere you are born in (or grew up in), but it is very noticeable and quite humorous.
Tomorrow we hope to have a bit more of a look around Charleston before heading off to Wilmington to catch up with Marie-Claire and Hal.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center