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... turns which led me right to the Center for Women building. Well of course I had to go in and see what they did. Happened that they were revealing a new brand the next night at a big event and of course I had to buy a ticket. It was so much fun comparing notes on what they do and what I have experienced with different organizations. Great women, very welcoming.
That was my start of the incredible hospitality in this city. As ...
... who was the epitome of Southern hospitality. Plus there was free wi-fi.
Lunch: Low Country Bistro $21
Pulled pork and collard greens with two glasses of Beringer and an impressive background soundtrack. No wi-fi though.
Coffee: Cafe Paradiso - A Turkish themed place with sheish bongs and really nice staff.
Positive: Accidentally stumbling across Charleston Food & Wine Festival. It costs $ to get in but lasts all weekend, and ...
... a middle aged lady standing near her car, fussing with herself as she prepared to approach the store. Not really paying attention to what she was doing, I smiled and greeted her in a friendly manner. Somewhat flustered, as she frantically tucked her upper garment into the waistband of her slacks, she explained, “Oh, my, I forgot to remove my nitie before I left the house this morning.” We had a good laugh together and I replied that I was glad not ...
... amp; Photo Fun. I get a sinking feeling.
Sure enough, the next time I go to the site, there's a significant color-shift to the pinkish end of the spectrum. Would I be interested in Baby Nurse or Celebrity Ice Cream Maker? No, I would not.
Fortunately, Amazon appears to compartmentalize it's recommendation algorithms. The damage to my persona is contained to the Appstore...for now. Part of me ...
... The Fighting Lady" and the tenth aircraft carrier ever built for the U.S. Navy, is an impressive structure that quickly taught me several important lessons once we were on board. Those lessons include:
- The tops of the bulkhead doorways on World War II era aircraft carriers were not built to easily accommodate men of at least 6-feet in height. . .like me.
- The openings for the dozens of ladders you must ascend and descend in order to ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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