Sleep Inn Charleston
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... event which added to its uniqueness!
We walked and looked at lights, shopped in the little stores and just talked about how thankful we were that we could experience this together. And of course, how we were finally out of GA (no offense Papa Chandler!) :)
When we came home we enjoyed a bowl of warm, thick, meaty chili and popped in a movie. In the morning we have to catch a 9am shuttle that will take us ...
... I had a lusty moment with that little bowl heaped to the top with creamy, buttery, I want to lick the bowl, deliciousness. I could have ended the tour right then and there, provided there was another serving of grits coming my way! Along the way we visited a handful of terrific spots, sampling hush puppies with praline butter (skip the hush puppies, bring this girl a spoon for that butter!), Charleston red rice, fried green tomatoes, pulled pork BBQ, ...
... to consuming.
Next morning we had one last dip in the pool before heading to our next location, Savannah. While in the pool, Jens heard Danish spoken. He struck up a conversation with a lady and her son. We learned that the family were travelling in a Cruise America RV, just as Jens (and Rita) had done in the spring of 2013.
Our next destination was Savannah but en route decided to head for nearby Tybee island. The ...
... Patriot victory of the War) and enjoyed a nice stroll through the lowland forest. We were reminded of where we are when we read the sign telling us to watch out for alligators. We are more accustomed to looking out for bears! We had to head north from Wilmington to the battlefield, so we picked up some more back roads to hit our route down to Charleston. Only one major obstacle stood in our way...Myrtle Beach. And sadly, this being the ...
We lost our afternoon and evening of sightseeing charleston to rain and flooding of the old district. Not sure how much rain fell, but much of the street was knee high in water. We rode in just slightly ahead of it and did get a bit wet, but not too bad. Spent 3 or more hours of today at the Magnolia plantation. Spectacular gardens. Would definitely want to see it in the spring when all the azealas and magnolias are blooming. It must be breathtaking. It is one of the oldest ...