North Charleston Inn
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Charleston. The beautiful, quaint little city in South Carolina. And, by american standards, pretty old with many of the buildings being built pre-civil war. It sort of reminds me of Rye, East Sussex although totally different in age, yet so very similar in the quaintness and tourist attraction-bility. The houses have a southern charm, the cobbled streets an old time allure and the alleys are explorable. ...
Good morning up early with my cold and was happy to see a gorgeous sunrise so pretty. I will miss waking up on the water but it's time for this salty 1st Mate to head home!
Bryan will stay back and organize getting the boat cleaned and stored until November. He will be fine moving the boat on his own the dock hands here are excellent once he's away from the dock he'll use the sky hook feature so he can ...
... for a My Pretty Pony recommendation to show up in Household Goods.
I don't know why this bothers me. I'm the only one who sees these purchases and recommendations. I'm sure that no one at Amazon would care to peek (and might get fired if they did).
But so what if anyone else saw? Am I really that concerned by what conclusions people might draw about me? In fact, it bothers me more that it bothers ...
... a fun game called jackpot and relaxing in the hottub.
When we got hungry later in the evening the boys wanted to take us to a Barbecue, but the kitchen was already closed. So we had to drive back to the centre of Charleston and got some pizza at Mellow Mushroom, which was really good. Then we all decided to go back to the hostel, since we had planned to drive to Savannah the next day. A few of the guys decided to come to Savannah to meet us, too.
... They booked us for one night at Kings Courtyard Inn. A small inn built in 1853 with parking in the back, in the downtown historic district of Charleston. The ladies at the front desk were very helpful, and booked us for dinner at Anson Restaurant. This turned out to be good with good service, but not really our thing (a bit too trendy). Kelly had the whole crispy flounder (tasty, but sweet), and I had a crab cake and fried green tomatoes. The she-crab soup ...