Renaissance Charleston Historic District
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... warmer than any we had felt on this trip.
Harley always attracts attention and many people came up to pet and see him. He was in heaven and didn't embarrass us too much with his nosy nose. He did poke one girl in a bikini right in the ******, but she didn't flinch. We apologized and she shrugged it off saying, "That's OK, I have dogs."
Further up the beach we saw something lying in the sand so we went to inspect. It was a dead jellyfish. ...
... of little shops not looking for anything in particular. We know we have a couple of weddings to attend this summer so our conversation did revolve around this as we checked out some dress shops. We are not on any mission and we both are not trying anything on today. Every shopkeeper greeted us with "good mornings" and "how y'all doing?" It was nice. Charleston is afterall "the Most Mannerly City in America".
Charlestons's charm and joie de vivre should ...
... She was very thorough in her introduction to the program and had the 38 participants introduce themselves and tell how many Road Scholar programs they have done (standard procedure) and why they chose this one. An interesting and, seemingly, very nice group of folks. A delicious buffet was served at the hotel with complimentary wine! Definitely NOT standard procedure!
Day Two, March 23, the ...
... ways we grow up introducing ourselves in classes:
- Elementary school.
- My name is Jess. I like foxes, giraffes, and the color blue.
... old Antebellum (pre Civil War) Charleston Houses. They are lovingly restored & were a real joy to see - some had historical plaques & many had side courtyards with the gates left open for all us looky-loos to see inside. They were all delightful & if we'd had more time we would have taken a carriage ride for a full guided tour to tell us more about these character houses.
Getting tired & hungry we ...