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"Comme tout ce qui compte dans la vie, un beau voyage est une ouevre d'art." Like everything that counts in life, a lovely trip is a work of art. Tomorrow is finally departure day! We will leave from Charleston at noon and head to Paris CDG via Charlotte. Everyone is remarkably prepared, both mentally and literally (some bags have been packed for days!) The adventure begins tomorrow, and the families are so excited to welcome our girls at the train station Sunday! Wish us bon voyage! ...
... and the excitement of the dolphins, there was something else special about this place.....it was very subtle, very easy to miss. But there was something quieter, slower, something that spoke to me less of the elegant, elite South, and more of the everyday man working on and with the land and the sea, becoming a
part of it. The shrimp boats cleaning up for the day, the sea gulls circling around the boats, the marshlands stretching far and wide on one side of ...
... The campus is very cool. All the buildings look like castles. The barracks each have a courtyard with a red and white checkerboard painted on the ground. We talked to a Cadet who told us a little about barracks life. We were able to walk up to the football stadium, but we couldn't get inside. Instead we walked the perimeter to peek inside. Very nice campus. After ...
... there are many old historic houses from the American revolution time period. Most of them were medical buildings for wounded soldiers and now privately owned. They must be worth $Millions.
After seeing the houses, we drove to Charleston. Here we are staying at the Ansonborough Inn.
http://www.ansonboroughinn.com. It used to be an old paper holding ...
... deck and engine room. The flight deck
was a great place to cool off and get some good views of Charleston and
the harbor. The Yorktown serves a Navy style lunch in the CPO Galley.
We could not get the lunch because of our Fort Sumter tour, but it
looked like they were serving meatballs with gravy and some other
stuff. Probably delicious. After the Yorktown, we toured the USS
Laffey, a destroyer that was part of the ...