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... and Klaas had a New York Strip loin.. We had an orange fudgucle cake for dessert which tastes just like a fudgucle...very yummy..all very good! We walked to the car park after dinner and walked right past 2 of the horse stables.....the grooms were putting the horses to bed for the night. One company has the stables right in town...the other load the horses in a van and take the to the country. Walter and I took a walk along the water at sunset...was very ...
... 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 lime Patrick enjoyed it. It was good but a bit too long. I was pretty ...
... for. Their collard greens were the best we ever had.
Headed to historic downtown Charleston so JMP could get in his graveyard fix he so sorely missed in Savannah. St. Philips has one of the oldest graveyards in the South. The church was established in the 1600s. Some of the graves we could still read, had epitaphs from the 1700s. We stumbled upon the graves of Charles Pinckney, James C. Calhoun, and Robert Turnbull. The ...
... a nice treat. None of the kids remember each other but that's ok. They were still kind enough to pose for a picture. And then it was on to Kiawah! Everyone was getting a little stir crazy in the car by that point. Every time we passed an exit with a Waffle House, Jose would yell out "Waffle House" and all seven kids would scream Waffle House! as loud as they could. Since apparently there is a Waffle House every exit in South Carolina, this happened a lot. If ...
... jams, salsas, nuts etc made from local Georgian and South Carolina produce. Plenty of free tasting made this a worthwhile 15 minute stop. The stuff is good but its hard to buy things like jam when traveling.
Got into Charleston around 5pm and not feeling tired, we quickly checked in, at the Marriott Courtyard located in the historical downtown area, and then headed out for dinner at Pearlz oyster bar. We hit happy hour which ...