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... thou a month. Kim gave the tour 3.5/5. Kim wanted to eat Southern BBQ. We went to Jim&Nick's on the recommendation of our doorman. Kim enjoyed I think. Tonight we returned to the French Quarter and I was able to take pics of the stunning gardens in houses and townhomes and photos of the architecture. Sorry pics on Nikon only. Can't show them on ...
... ovation. And if all of this wasn't enough, the concert finished with one of America's favourite hymns ....Amazing Grace. And that popular hymn has direct ties to the Circular Church, which is a United Church if you are wondering. In the mid-1700s John Newton worshipped in this church. He was inspired by the sermons he heard here and wrote Amazing Grace! I have a feeling that the version we heard tonight is how the composer intended it to be performed. Very powerful and ...
Good night sleep with
rain all night but able to have the ac off and windows open for a nice
breeze. Started the day again with pouring rain so we'll see what the
day holds. I'll speak to the national weather forecaster when he gets
He's up and says it looks like rain. Yup. It sure does!!!
Had a quick breakfast
and headed to Charleston in the rain. By the time we got there, it had
stopped. Took ...
... jams, salsas, nuts etc made from local Georgian and South Carolina produce. Plenty of free tasting made this a worthwhile 15 minute stop. The stuff is good but its hard to buy things like jam when traveling.
Got into Charleston around 5pm and not feeling tired, we quickly checked in, at the Marriott Courtyard located in the historical downtown area, and then headed out for dinner at Pearlz oyster bar. We hit happy hour which ...
... there. We signed a faux Declaration of Independence! Our last stop in the city was the Heyward Washington House. We waited in the back and looked at the slave quarters and out buildings. Inside was another beautifully preserved home with furniture from the period. Some of the pieces took up entire walls. There was a library style book cabinet upstairs that was worth about 4 million! Washington rented this house for a week in 1791. We left Charleston and headed to Boone ...
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