Red Roof Inn North Charleston
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We said farewell to beautiful Savannah and her even more beautiful motel rooms. Tonight we would once again be going all Bear Grylls, with some hardcore outside living.
The drive to Charleston only took a couple of hours, so we arrived early afternoon. Our campsite had huge tent sites, so we shared a single pitch between the four of us. That's right, camping just got cheaper folks.
Louise once again would be ...
... of the upcoming 2012 PGA Championship and host of the 1991 Ryder Cup. Just walking into the clubhouse was a special experience for me, and I thoroughly enjoyed watching the preparations for the PGA Championship being made.
I know that my golf game is not nearly good enough to play the Ocean Course – or justify the $300 greens fees they demand – but the holes that directly abut the Atlantic Ocean are beautiful, though the thought of ...
... long day of sightseeing, we were in some serious need of sustenance and refreshment. We sampled some tasty southern cuisine. Joel is loving American food sick and has eaten his weight in hamburgers and chicken wings. I must say that he is not too big a fan of American beer. We have been trying different microbrews, but Joel just can't get into them. In his words, “They taste funky.”
We managed to have a hysterical ...
... it, as the sun streamed through the trees. I walked up and down this driveway twice it was so captivating to see and relaxing. I took heaps of pictures here so there will be plenty of different angles for you to see. I did the house tour there which was fantastic, and learnt the history of the Plantation which was interesting just like the other Plantations I have visited.
The most important thing to know about this Plantation is that the driveway of Oaks is the ...
... were. Enroute we stopped at a small cafe for lunch. The All American Cafe it was named and had high reviews. Lynnie opted for the onion rings and I for the Old Fashioned Breakfast. Not a simple meal, for sure. Sausage, biscuits and gravy, two eggs, over easy and to top it off two plate-sized pancakes. Holy Cow!, I said when I saw it. Without undue effort and no encouragement, I polished off the whole meal, save a couple of bites of the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed