Hyatt Place North Charleston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Good morning - July 10th
The maiden voyage for El Nido ends today. The skipper flys home to Calgary tonight, our baby is all cleaned and closed up until November.
Bryan said they showed up right at 8am very prompt! El Nido will stay in the Charleston Boatyard which is up the Wandoo River until ...
Had the good intention of going to the gym before leaving for our second honey moon alias silver wedding trip but as often is the case time went too fast. Too many small things to organise before literally heading off with packs on backs to catch a bus to Jollimont. Bus from Jollimont to the airport, checking in etc and all went well. Flight on time and we arrived to Denpasar in Bali before 10pm. Then it took for ever to ...
... place as the ferry. It's hard to imagine that planes actually landed on there out at sea. We walked around the flight deck and went up to the bridge. We also got to tour a submarine so we had a big day at Patriot's Point.
The weather has been beautiful the past few days, in the 70's with a slight breeze. Big change ...
... the four of us were very happy with the visit. On the rating I would give it 4/5 . Less than five because of the long wait, due to not enough booths and the cumbersome finger scanning, which could have been shortened. For Patrick it was full score and the best day he had experienced in the US. So that was nice for us to hear. He had really enjoyed his time on his own too. Away from 'disapproving ' eyes he could indulge and buy all the things he had read about in the books such ...
... On June 28, 1776 British General Clinton tried to seize Charles Towne by force. His fleet attacked Fort Sullivan, but the walls of the fort were constructed of thick palmetto log walls which withstood the bombardment. Col. William Moultrie's forces inside of the fort were able to fire on and disable several of the attacking British ships. Col. Moultrie fashioned a flag for the fort as the rebelling American forces did not at this time have a common flag. This Moultrie flag flew ...