Market Pavilion Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
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... out of Jurrassic Park, I swear ta god! About 40 feet long, at least, with snarly white teeth it did not move real fast to avoid the inevitable "Ka-thump." I was very very brave as I screamed into my siri-messenger to report the road massacre ...
... really takes it out of you. As a result of that and with the annoying early mornings it's back to the hotel for a nap. We are leaving early tomorrow morning and the cases have to be out by 7am. As a result of the above we have decided to stay local and eat in the hotels restaurant. It was good to be honest, Julie had Chicken and I had my first burger of the trip, a half pound thing with southern coated wedges. A few beers and a couple of Vodka's and by 10:30pm we are ready for ...
... that came with red rice and green beans. We had a salad to start with and a scrumptious caramel cheesecake for dessert. I'm sorry I forgot to take pictures as we were having a great conversation about traveling and family and careers and children.
When we got back I blogged and Larry went up top and had a Coast Brewing IPA which is also local. He sat and talked with Mark and Nick. We get to sleep in a little tomorrow. Bags out at 8:00, departure at 8:45.
... It was time to kick off Carrie's heels and get back on those walking shoes. We all waddled to the car with her carry-on and travelled back to Edisto. It was 10:15. We knew she would probably have a nap in the car and she would not know where the hell she was going. We were right. We were back by 11:30, in our Jammie's and after more birthday card greetings, some night, night conversation we all closed our eyes.
We say now that we are even with our surprises. ...
... Englishman Major John Boone and is the oldest working , living plantation in America. It has been continuously growing and producing crops for more than three centuries. Its continuous success is due to it keeping up with change. Once producing cotton and pecans to making bricks and now a wide variety of fruit and vegetables.
The house was built in 1936 so relatively new but it was built using the wood from the original plantation house, built in the early ...