Hyatt Place North Charleston
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... we drove into Francis Marion National Forest. By the time we got there it was already pretty dark so we found a good inexpensive campsite and parked for the night. That night was definitely the coldest night we had to deal with. It was -1degrees outside by supper time and we were both shivering in the van. We spent supper huddled over the propane as we made soup and tea. ...
"Comme tout ce qui compte dans la vie, un beau voyage est une ouevre d'art." Like everything that counts in life, a lovely trip is a work of art. Tomorrow is finally departure day! We will leave from Charleston at noon and head to Paris CDG via Charlotte. Everyone is remarkably prepared, both mentally and literally (some bags have been packed for days!) The adventure begins tomorrow, and the families are so excited to welcome our girls at the train station Sunday! Wish us bon voyage! ...
... 8217;s iPhone and set out. We assumed that the walking directions on the phone would send us on a route with some sort of sidewalks or walking paths the entire way but our assumption was wrong. At one point we were running across a three lane highway, at another point we were crossing a three lane bridge with only about 2 ft. of sidewalk separating us from traffic on one side and the Cooper River on the other. Other parts of our walk ...
... a small church cemetery. It had a plaque that quoted the biblical verse John 4: 13-14. "Jesus answered, “Everyone who drinks this water will be thirsty again, but whoever drinks the water I give them will never thirst". We finished our walk by shopping thru the Old City Market as we closed in on the entrance to the dock alongside which the Emerald Princess was waiting for us to return. All too soon we had finished our walk thru the southern history that was Charleston, ...
... attacked and took over the Fort. I think what hit home for me most was the quote in the visitors center by some southerner who, speaking of slavery, called it "our King, our Truth, our Divine Right." How anyone could really consider owning other humans a right given by God I cannot imagine.
Back on the mainland, the girls were waiting for us. Their shopping had not been too productive. We took a quick drive to "Rainbow Row", an area in ...