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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in the winter when we will go down and play around in the Bahamas, hoping to get her to BVI but there is still insurance research to do with that.
So for now my friends our journey is complete, thanks so much for following along! It was a very successful first trip filled with lots of memories.
How great to be in the same place for a second night and we took the chance to have a proper sleep in nd a long breakfast. Not that it was anything special apart from biscuits and grits which Andreas tried and liked but Ndreas and I write reviews to trip advisor which was fun. Firts irt of call in the morning wa Middleton Plantation which claimti fame was 'the oldest kandscaped gardens'. lP had this p,ace as top choice which was why i wanted to o here. In hindsight ...
... well, our islolated paradise had a run down house right across the street, with two horses in a small fenced in area that looked more like a big puddle than a place for horses to graze. The pool on the other side of the house was filled with algae covered water. Was it a pool, or maybe a mosquito farm? Oh yes, and the little boy who came out with his two unkempt dogs, yes, that one's name is Ashley and she's dying. Ok, ok, we can pretend that house isn't there. Let's check out ...
... pick up one of the famous sweetgrass baskets. We kind of wish we had stopped at one of the stands on the side of Rt. 17 to purchase one...but they probably didn't take credit cards. Then we took a stroll out to the Battery to drool over the amazing houses. We didn't see one that we didn't like! They were all absolutely fabulous. What a great visit to Charleston! Back to our hotel for some rest before heading down to another Southern charmer, ...
... have a look at the sea, ....important if you are driving coast to coast . The vistas were beautiful and there was a really good to be alive feeling. In the distance you could see the USS Yorktown which is a museum ship which it's possible to visit. It's an Aircraft carrier from the Vietnam war era, but I remember it as the ship which picked up several of the Apollo Astronauts out of the sea at the end of their missions.