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... Eureka College, about 12 miles from where I live. Such a small world.
The event was great. Met a few women, talked about their careers and how they got started. Stayed for the speeches given by the past Executive Director and by the new/current ED. They are doing impressive work and they have a lot planned for growth. Exciting times for them. After the event, one of the women there suggested I visit a beach that we were very ...
... we first got here. We have to take the RV in tomorrow because one of the jacks stopped working so depending on what's wrong and whether they have to order a part we might be here for a while longer. The weather up north is still not so good so it might be a blessing in disguise. We will see, it's all just part of the adventure.
... damage." Sadly, she looked at him quite blankly, got back into her damaged car and drove off. Although the steps are quite badly damaged, Larry has managed to make them at least useable until they can be repaired or replaced. So, that, too, was a strange happening. It was an unusual morning !
Although we never saw the lady in the damaged car again, we did have a follow up to the story of the lady in the nitie top. The Bible tells us that we reap ...
... top of the chart. We looked and looked for a good hotel deal, but it just didn't happen. There was nothing under $350 per night downtown. We ended up staying in somebody's house again, like New Orleans. This time we got the whole house to ourselves though, not just a room. It has become common in the States for people to make some extra money renting out their place on a website called Airbnb. This time it was a bit odd to get her own house. I mean, she had food ...
... of my bachelor party and a whole different story altogether.
By the time we headed toward the plantation Michelle wanted to visit, the constant mist and humidity in the air had given way to a steady drumbeat of pelting rain that lasted for several hours.
Once we arrived, Michelle and I opted to avoid the rain by jumping on a tram that takes you on a nature tour across the plantation’s 500 acres. Our plan failed because the blowing rain continued ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Vendue Charleston
This Inn offered modern and cozy rooms along with a great staff and friendly service. The complementary breakfast was the best I have ever had in all of my travels. A wine and cheese reception each afternoon with complementary fresh-baked cookies each evening are more perks to the stay. In addition to the inside, the location is right on the harbor and is within walking distance of everything in downtown. Great hotel!
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