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... ins and outs of being a Tour Director along with a few days off to enjoy the ports during our cruise. This is a career that I’m most definitely cut out for; the research ahead of time, the planning and meticulous follow up to ensure everything goes smoothly, knowing the top place to eat, the quirky shops, historical tidbits, the best museums - and this is just when I travel by myself or with friends. So I’ve ...
... receiving emails about what the alternate solutions might be. 2) Secondly, spurred on by TMobile, both Verizon (our hotspot provider) and AT&T (our cell service provider) began offering "Double your data" deals for the month of October only. We prefer having internet access from both Verizon and AT&T because our travels take us into such varied areas, so we had some decisions to make if we wanted to have plenty of internet access which has become more important ...
We left Raleigh around 9:30 heading southeast toward Sunset Beach KOA for two nights while we visit Bob & Pat Hinett. Bruce and I played Tidewater today for a smooth $266.00 a round per couple. Well worth or just for the spectacular holes and beautiful views. It's a tough course and can be punishing if you hit an errant shot. We played with two ...
... walking tour of the historic district, starting on Meeting Street and seeing the iconic "Rainbow Row" of colorful mansions along with the waterfront area and historic churches, graveyards and gardened courtyards. Following my walk I'm sure I'll have worked up an appetite for lunch somewhere nearby. After a leisurely lunch I'll be meeting my second excursion; a low-country culinary experience! Me and ...
... white dress, but when Dr. Flagg discovered the ring her removed the ribbon and threw it out onto the marsh. Alice was buried at All Saints Cemetery near Pawley’s Island. A plain marble slab covers her grave. The engraving on the stone consists of only one word - Alice. Although more than 150 years have passed, the ghost of Alice Flagg is still occasionally seen in her lovely white dress coming in and out of the front door of The Hermitage and walking the cemetery ...