Econo Lodge North Charleston
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... in June. We have no "crew" scheduled to be aboard until New York and we would love to have onboard visitiors for a few days on our way north, so give us a shout! We are looking forward to seeing new territory and hoping for fair winds and following seas.
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... held a large monopoly on the cemetery. As our amazing researcher NCW couldn't find much information on the Pringles, we can only assume they're one of the oldest Charleston families.
A low country meal was necessary to end our time in Charleston. Of course, we needed shrimp and grits and fried green tomatoes. We knew going in, that Magnolias was one of the best restaurants in the city. We ordered our two favorites and ...
... t look like the rest of my family. When we got to Kiawah, it was literally about 30 minutes before everyone was in the ocean. I didn't really realize exactly how cooped up the kids were in the car until I saw them running around on the beach and in the water. It was quite a sight to see and made the whole trip worthwhile. We've since had two days of beach and pool. And it's rained every day too. Yesterday we wanted to go in the ocean so badly that we went in the rain. ...
... just so so.
This town has, again, a very different feel to it. Having crossed the USA, its been great to see a big diversity and Charleston is no exception. I'm not sure on first impressions, I would recommend anyone to visit here unless they're driving through, but its a nice stop and the area is really beautiful in natural vegetation. This area is famous for its plantation and also where the civil war started.
... red ant nest and getting bitten half to death as I took a picture of the stadium, we quickly left the city no sooner had we arrived, with just time for a quick stop of at a Krystal for drink, some fries and a lemon pie (although service was far from speedy by the Rhianna lookalike).
No time to stop at Hilton Head so we set the sat-nav to take us to one of the restaurants as featured in 'Man vs Food' hoping to find ...