Kings Courtyard Inn
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... and suggested a restaurant named in honor of Edgar Alan Poe. The beach was great and the food was very good. Chatted with a man at the bar who had lived in the beach area all his life. Nice couple and fun to talk with them. They made some suggestions of what to see while I was there. That is how I did the whole visit there, following suggestions from others.
I was so impressed with the area, I actually talked with a real ...
... It is a city of characters.
We headed out on our walking tour with a very energetic and knowledgable guide, within 1 hr the temperature started dropping and within 2 hours it was cold, windy and raining. We quickly retreated into a restaurant bar ( High Cotton) to get dry, have some great apps and our first (and best) version of a "Dark and Stormy" of the weekend. As we headed back to the hotel we ran into a large group of young people dressed like Santas ...
... her picture. We award her the "Crab of the Trip" award.
And since this seems to be my "Interesting People" entry, here's another story from Charleston. It was our last night in Charleston and while waiting for the doors to open for "The Sound of Charleston" concert, we exchanged stories and humor with another couple. We continued chatting and laughing as they sat in seats behind us and then were interrupted with their cell phone. The wife answered, ...
... couple of hours of this hard sales grilling, we just needed some time out. Rachelle spotted some something fun in the local paper with a celebrity softball game happening later in the day with Bill Murray and a few others notables. We decided it sounded fun so went out there. We were right, as it was good to do something all American and go to a ball game. It was a charity event for kids called 'Slim down the south' and they were giving away free apples and ...
... all of it in a pastry eggroll shell and fry it in grease! Eureka, I’ve done it!" In any case, I agree with my bride that they were pretty damn good and tasty.
I took Michelle to dinner in the garret of a 300-year-old manor house where I had grilled pork chops with plantains and okra and haricot vert relish. Michelle had shrimp and grits cooked with a BBQ sauce so smoky, it tasted as if it had been prepared on an open ...
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