Suburban Extended Stay Airport
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... on site. We got a chance to talk to one of the owners and learned that he spends two to three nights a week sleeping there to do the smoking. Highly recommend this place if you are looking for some good Q. Shirley had burnt ends with Brunswick stew (almost as good as Nola’s), and I had their brisket, and sausage with slaw, and hash and rice (very finely chopped pulled pork - almost a chili like consistency served over rice). Good ...
... of the original since it was shelled into rubble and then had a 1900 gun emplacement built on top of it. Supper at The Wreck of the Richard and Charlene, an unique, hidden away seafood place that's open from 5:30 til 8:30, unless they run out of food and close early. Everything was super fresh and I had on oversized platter of oysters and shrimp, lightly breaded and perfectly fried. The name comes from a shrimp boat that was driven ashore in ...
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Not all stories are funny. Some are very touching. Making items from sweetgrass is a skillful art handed down for many generations in the Charleston area. Lots of people sell their handmade items from simple roses to very expensive, intricate baskets. One day a handsome young man, about 20, approached us with his hand made roses. We stopped and talked a minute complimenting him on his beautiful ...
... evenings are clear and warm with a slight breeze. We walked through the streets at night, along the Cooper River, through the cobblestone streets and alleys, and back along the Battery to the Palmer House.
Tomorrow we head to Conyers, GA, our last stop before flying home on Saturday. I cancelled our reservation at the Farmhouse Inn, a b&b, in favor of a Holiday Inn Express in Conyers, in order to be closer to the airport.
... have a look at the sea, ....important if you are driving coast to coast . The vistas were beautiful and there was a really good to be alive feeling. In the distance you could see the USS Yorktown which is a museum ship which it's possible to visit. It's an Aircraft carrier from the Vietnam war era, but I remember it as the ship which picked up several of the Apollo Astronauts out of the sea at the end of their missions.