InTown Suites Charleston North
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... we can fix it there.
On the way home John took me through downtown, to show me a little bit and we made a short stop at Harris Teeter to get a bin of smashed tomatoes and some carotts for dinner.
As agreed with Samantha and John, the kitchen was mine at the evening and I could run riot in there. :-)
I got some hash, the fresh and smashed tomatoes, some carrots, a onion and the potatoes.
John finished it off, so I guess they both liked it and I'm allowed ...
... 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 ...
... the pier. While we were eating a musician showed up on the pier playing on his guitar and singing. I had an awesome selfmade lemonade and just felt like it could sit there for hours, looking at the sea, listening to that guy.
Afterwards we decided to check out the pier and just walk around. It was really cool, the pier is beautiful. We did not want to go back to Charlotte again.
After spending a few more hours at the beach we went back to the hostel again. We ...
... Walked the streets of downtown Charleston. A haven for sweet lovers - old candy shops, new candy shops, fudge, ice cream, frozen yogurt, gelato, bakeries, chocolate. You name it, they have it. But the town was interesting with history and old buildings. Did manage to have a nice dinner on a roof top patio overlooking the market before the rain came again.
Stopped for more supplies, back to camp for a beverage and off to bed.
... and probably very sweaty. I think it would be a very scary place to be in war time as ships had missiles which opened in 1/2 and released a torpedo attached to a parachute which would fall into the water gently and drift down to the submarine and sink it. The Americans joined World War II because the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbour and sunk a lot of American ships. Some interesting facts we learnt were 1. The ...