Red Roof Inn North Charleston
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... which Pam had recommended ...very hot day and expensive, not very exciting stores so we had a coffee outside sitting by a petty fountain and then went to Kiawah island and the county beach which was lovely...miles of fine white sand. Walter and I walked along the sand while I and K went back to the car to rest. It was much cooler on the beach and we watched 2 labs play in the water Then off to the Tea Plantation on Wadalmaw Iasland. The ...
... belt this afternoon. He forgot to put the tailgate on the truck down as he was driving out from under the trailer after unhooking. Lucky Again! We had Some minor scratches on the plastic thing that's attached to the top of the tailgate part of the bed liner.... It could have been much worse.
Tomorrow we plan to spend with Ed's parents and niece and do some much needed shopping, so our next update will be Tuesday evening after we arrive in Gainesville.
... hot. Then we went to a pier with some nice swings. We took a few pictures with the nice bridge in the background. Also there were lots of little boys selling palmetto roses, but one of them just gifted me one without being asked for it. I regarded it very kind but I also felt a little sorry for the boy giving away the rose and not getting paid for it.
Then we started walking towards the rainbow rowt, which is a part of the East Bay Street with ...
... must say it does look lovely though, the lack of fences and hedges throughout town and country, except for the odd livestock farm, makes for a very pretty park like appearance.
And so we came to Goose Creek suburb of Charleston, back in South Carolina having previously passed through a bit of it on our southward journey from North Carolina to Georgia. The dam was on the border - the Savannah River - between SC and GA.
more to come, we have 4 nights here in Charleston.....
... including trying to hold together all the wallpaper from falling off the walls! It was pretty incrediable to hear how the families entertained and lived in such a house, using the piazzas during parties so guests didn't walk through living areas and how the slaves were involved in the household. The day was concluded with a lovely relaxing evening of wine and chatting with a few people from the hostel.
Next stop, Miami! I hope I survive the beach, the alligators and the ...