SpringHill Suites Charleston North/Ashley Phosphate
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... neighborhoods and learn the lay of the land. Again, there is so much history here, from churches, to homes to businesses... I definitely recommend a trip to experience for yourself.
After our shopping and Carriage ride, we headed to lunch at Tommy Condon's Irish Pub and Restaurant where I enjoyed a taste of SC locally brewed beer and THE best fried green tomatoes I've ever tasted. With ...
We returned to Edisto Island State Beach for a week for rest and relaxation. Not many locations that are so close to the beach. We have many photos with commentary here for your enjoyment.
I have the new iPhone 6 camera which is doing a pretty good job.
We are not doing much here. Veterans day, we had a stay in day except for my 9 mile around the island bike ride. We caught up on reading and ...
It's my last day in the US of A, and my first day on the wrong side of 25. That being said, I'm feeling a strange mixture of excitement, apprehension, sadness and pure exhilaration. I can not wait to be back in Europe, which feels more like home to me than any other place in the world.
After living in Scotland from the age of 19 to 24, I had pretty ...
... meal we listened to fantastic live blues and jazz music. When this stopped we went to the main performance area to watch tonight's dance and song show. Intense and good dancers but a bit repetitive and not the greatest of music. Aimed for the American middle age to older market according to John. Very glittery and non stylish costumes at times too. Not Andreas's cup of tea but it looked like Patrick enjoyed it. It was good but a bit too long. I was pretty ...
... ovation. And if all of this wasn't enough, the concert finished with one of America's favourite hymns ....Amazing Grace. And that popular hymn has direct ties to the Circular Church, which is a United Church if you are wondering. In the mid-1700s John Newton worshipped in this church. He was inspired by the sermons he heard here and wrote Amazing Grace! I have a feeling that the version we heard tonight is how the composer intended it to be performed. Very powerful and ...