Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham N. Charleston
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... and probably the most famous of the plantations and we paid $20/person toget in, all inlusive. The oak lined world famos avenue (planted in 1743) leading up to the mansion as majestic and stately as I remembered it and the boys too. Apparently it took 200 years for the trees to meet overhead to formthe present day scenic corridor that leads up to the mansion. First we ate. Sat in yne car and finished off the Christmas ham and then we ventured out to the ...
... down to our destination of Myrtle Beach. We probably spent to much time there as we had to rush to cram in Wilmington (which has a proper American main street, that's been hundreds of films and tv shows), Carolina Beach, Kure Beach, and Cape Fear before finally getting back on track for Myrtle Beach while the sat nav insisted we got on a ferry that wasn't running. All of the places we passed through looked great and we'd have loved to have had more time to look around them. ...
... and in his talking, he was swinging his left elbow a little. At the same moment he swung it back it connected with a woman’s head because his napkin had actually fallen to the floor as she was walking past and she went to pick it up. It was so hilarious! The odds of that sequence of events even happening was just gold! We were all laughing about it, but she wasn’t because she would have had a headache after that for sure! But so funny!!!
After a few hours I went ...
Today we began our slow trek back to Montgomery and, as you might guess, rather than the oppressive humidity and frequent rains we have battled all week, we were greeted this morning with cloudless blue skies, uninterrupted sun and a high temperature in the mid-to-upper 70s. That's just our luck.
But, instead of pointing the car toward Augusta and our eventual return home, Michelle and I had a couple of fun detours to make first.
... him an enthusiatic wave!
I have been updating the bog with photos for 3 hours now and need to eat, drink and stuff!
Hope you have enjoyed my ramblings, next update will be from Europe.
There is a BBQ planned for Saturday and
all the crew who can, have a day off on Easter Day
CMA CGM Georgia left 2.5 hours before us but we got here, berthed, an hour before them. There is a moral in there!
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility