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Let me just start by saying that this trip has caused me to lose muscle mass in my arms because I haven't had to open a door since I was in DC! :) In Boston people always opened doors for me (they were very polite there. I've never heard the words please, thanks, and excuse me so much, I loved it!) and here in the south people will run in front of …
Drove to the city.
Went to the Visitor Center of Charleston and bought a ticket for the bus city tour of Greyline.
It was 90 minutes long.
Saw a lot of old houses with different period styles--Federal,Victorian,Regency,etc.< br> Saw the College of Charleston and also the Battery Promenade
Walk to the Charleston Museum.Saw old …
... to the Battery area. So much renovation of amazing stately homes. Saw bumper sticker, Gut Fish, not Houses.
From Bay St. we could see Fort Sumter way in the distance. We passed on the shuttle boat to take us out there, but we visited the Museum. So much history.
Tomorrow we plan to make the 15 minute drive to Folly Beach, hoping to capture a Pat Conroy feeling.
November 15, 2012
Edisto Beach, SC
After a couple weeks I can say that
campground hosting is not the same as camping! And that Live Oaks CG
doesn't offer the same experience as camping out on the beach. We are
still caught up in the rise and fall of the tide as it fills the
marshes that surround the campgrounds and, especial at night, you can
hear the sound of the waves pounding against the beach, but it is ...
... m being a touch dramatic, you should see the state of my legs! In hindsight, hot pants may have been a mistake.
Got back to the hotel for a little siesta, and just as I was dozing off, there was a knock on my balcony door! I opened the door (after doing my hair, brushing my teeth and washing the face pack off) and there is this young English chap, who had locked himself out on the balcony. Ironically, when I heard his accent, I thought he was ...