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... stay American I order the Jambalaya, spivey rice with Chicken and Shrimp. Very spicy indeed and require three pints of Magner's to try and cool me down. Well that's my excuse and I'm sticking to it. A total of two hours downtown and the bus arrives to take us back to the hotel, again the ten minutes back and we arrive at 20.15pm. This confuses the older ones in the group as most of them go straight to bed, far too early in my book so we head to the bar. We order a Malibu ...
Our port was Charleston. We docked around 7.30am. We heard it quite clearly as we have a cabin right at the back down on Deck 4 so when the thrusters are on to come into port you can hear them pretty clearly in our cabin. But we were already awake – I'd ordered our coffee for 7am.
We got ourselves organized and off up to the Lido buffet for a spot of breakfast then got our bits and pieces together and headed ashore. ...
... named the official South Carolina handcraft in 2006. Angela showed us the different plant materials that are used---sweet grass, longleaf pine needles, bulrushes, split oak, and palmetto---and deftly demonstrated some of the process. She had a large display of beautiful baskets in many sizes and shapes. Of course, we just HAD to purchase one as a souvenir!
... 1970 this area was given the name. Historically this area was the main place of commerce for French Huguenots a merchant class who fled religious persecution in their native country. Today the five block area contains the city's most historic buildings, evocative old churches and graveyards, it's most charming narrow streets and art galleries.
Todd and Chris hooked up while Jes and Kate went shopping. The boys were more than pleased ...
... impressed at the sheer size of the carrier. I don't think we'll get many more opportunities to explore one of these again.
I had heard that the Isle of Palms was worth visiting so we headed there next. This place was more like a seaside beachfront area, with some beautiful houses (picture the neighborhood from the Truman Show) with restaurants and ice creameries. After this, we thought we would take a quick drive through the Holy City just to get our first look. ...