John Rutledge House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... hotter by the second, I have limited outside time to 10 minutes before retreating to the cover of air con.
We planned to visit the 82nd Airborne Divisions museum on Fort Bragg and so we headed out with a stop at the CVS Pharmacy. After our visit to Bull Run yesterday my old sports knee injury began to flare up, by the time we got to the hotel was it was really sore and this morning I was limping ...
... but our biggest confrontation came towards the end of the journey. A local guide was on a boat and asked if we had seen 'them' yet, so having a clue what he was on about, we saw him point towards the water, where a massive alligator lay with just his eyes above the water. Being in a small 2 person row boat, we didn't feel in the safest position. But with me in control of rowing we got a bit closer! As we did approach, the gator rose from the water, and ...
... you can see in both directions. There is also a long pier going out into the ocean. I got my feet wet and then sat on the soft white sand for awhile. It was pretty windy and I got sand everywhere but it was so nice to sit and enjoy the sounds of the ocean and the warm sun!
Last stop of the day was dinner at mine and Renee's favorite place from the last trip, Hubee Ds. Delicious buttermilk cornbread, chicken tenders and fries. What a great end to the day.
... we would spend 3+ hours there and did not have enough time to head to the Charles Pickney Historic Site. Shucks, I’ll have to travel to Charleston again.
We had about an hour to kill and decided to grab a quick bite for lunch at Taco Mamacita, another delicious delight. It was time to head to the hotel and get ready for the wedding.
#Rangerwedding and reception was a lovely event to enjoy the glow and happiness of a lovely, ...
... I headed down and into some of the yards to look at the headstones, including another couple of men who signed the Declaration of Independence. This then led me to Rainbow Row. I remember when I was in Italy there was this place, I think off Venice, that was filled with many houses all painted a different color. It was such a vibrant place and you couldn't help but feel happy looking at the houses. Rainbow row was similar to this, all the houses were painted in ...