InTown Suites Charleston Northwest / I-26
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... had cocktails (Moscow Mule and Old Fashioned). Walked to Hominy Grill - Nasty biscuit, fried chicken, and chocolate peanut butter cake that T is still thinking about. Walked home. T had to pee (9.5/10).
Thursday - Slept in, again. Made coffee then walked to Variety Store - it was closed for New Year's so we walked another 1.5 miles to Hominy Grill (again). We beat the brunch crowd and got a seat on the patio. We walked ...
... their barbecue sauce is made with a vinegar base and if you know us, we love vinegar (salt and vinegar potato chips, malt vinegar on fish and chips, balsamic vinegar on everything). Well, if you also know us, especially Ted, we love mustards. In South Carolina they use a mustard base for their barbecue sauce. It was truly love at first bite!! Bessinger had their own homemade recipes for the sauce. They had two types, one was regular and one was spicy. ...
... needed to get hurt, but Alpha Kappa had their guns drawn if force was on the menu; a dish served cold I presume. The war between the supernatural and the… well… supernatural, was never fought however. All reports suggest that the spirit of Southend accepted Alpha Kappa’s proposal, as no future haunting have been reported.
... went on for a bit more shopping. When I got back, the meter had run out and I had a ticket envelope on my car. ****.....I don't want a damn ticket. I opened it up to see how much and it was empty. I found a guy at one of the tourist places and asked him if this was a joke. He laughed and said yes. I told him to thank the meter person for the great laugh AND no ticket!!
Drove around a little bit more and decided that I just had to ...
... a bar. I asked one Santa if they got free drinks for dressing up and he replied no, they just liked to dress up for the season and go out. Again, characters.
On Sunday after a great brunch at Toast we toured beautiful Boone Hall Plantation for a wine and food tasting and tour. The house was splendidly preserved and maintained, but still conveyed a sense of livability, I suspect because it is still lived in. The holiday decorations were so elegant and simple, ...