SpringHill Suites Charleston North/Ashley Phosphate
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... happen? I'll be a complete disaster, won't be able to stand up on the board, will fall right off if I do get up, will look ridiculous. So what! I've never been invited to paddle board before, may never get a chance to try it again...let's go!
We head out to the beach with my faithful expedition photographer documenting every step of the way. Tracey is a wonderful teacher and before I know ...
... choice of a two seater table or a seat at the chef's table which is styled like a bar, facing the kitchen. I chose that, as I like the thought of chatting to some random people over dinner. My water glass was never empty, the waitress (Kelly) was super-attentive and charming, and the chef kept sending out little bits of food as a gift for me to try. I figured that they either thought I was a food critic, or felt sorry for me because I was eating alone but I ...
... card which bounced after one transaction when we needed to do four for four people. Andreas called CBA and John had a talk in a very reasonable manner with Laurie. Annoying to say the least with a card that is declined whenever. Happened at the Universal Studios too but luckily not when John paid the entrance fee but when he was to buy Patrick the tie. Slept really poorly in the dump of the room where the fire alarm beeped every ten breaths. Not a soothing sound to fall asleep to. Not at ...
... Flag flown in the South. After the freeing of the port; the city was renamed Charleston and Fort Sullivan which stands today as Fort Moultrie.
Charleston prospered as a trading port during the pre-Civil War days and was one of the most prosperous cities in the South. On December 20, 1860, following the election of Abraham Lincoln, the South Carolina General Assembly voted to secede from the Union. On January 9, 1861, Citadel cadets opened fire on the Union ship Star ...
... In the late afternoon we headed off through back roads where people from their front porches would wave to us as we rode past on our way to Washington DC.
Just before nightfall we stopped at the Day Inn Interstate Motel for the night and had dinner at Cracker Barrell. I tried my first American 'biscuit'. It is like a scone only salty, funny they serve it with jam, its an acquired ...