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In the morning, we took a walk with the dogs and then went to tour the Model homes in the complex with Karen while Jack took the dogs back to the house. Was a lot of un...like being on HGTV! We then went to a local hot dog place that is a favorite of the Rabuses for chili cheese dogs....the hot dogs are custom made by a butcher using a special recipe of the owner. After a little ...
It was a really good night, as I was that tired from the trip and I could nearly sleep as long as I wanted to.
I got up at about 10 am to get breakfast, as Mortimer and Morgan where already awake.
It's very funny to talk with them and I'm shure it wouldn't even get boring with them!
As I told them that I love bowling, they just invited me to follow them to the bowling center on saturday evening.
Let's see if I can make it, as ...
... because they we all burned during the war but the plantations themselves go back much farther. The garden was very large with two small lakes. It was not in bloom but beautiful anyway. The plantation sits on the Ashley River.
The weather for the next two days is suppose to be raining with periods of thunder so we will just be sitting it out.
... While taking stock John queued up to buy the famous Butter beer and while he dud that we decided to just do it eg line up because what else was there to do? We felt we had to rescue the experience and we couldn't just turn around and head back to other parts of the Adventure Island part of the Universal Studios park. So there we stood in a queue which eventually took us into the Hogwart castle. But it w as a cold wait. The wind was chilly and too much of the waiting was in the shade. ...
... there was also a live presentation of the gullah culture. drayton house was the other plantation that we went to. it is the only one with the orginal house on it (about 300 years old). it was not furnished. the architecture was interesting. and outside a tour guide was presenting disturbing history facts about slave life.
we explored historic downtown charleston by foot and horse and carriage, and car. i can ...