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... behind the counter said, "He can come in, too."
The peach cider was front and center. The clerk offered us a taste in a small taster cup. We each took our gulp and all I could think of was “YUCK.” Cheryl didn’t think it was that bad. I told the clerk I didn’t like it. He suggested that most people mix it with something. No thanks. I wouldn’t want to ruin a perfectly good something else I like.
Cheryl looked ...
It's another beautiful day in Charleston and we started with a nice breakfast before we set off to Savannah. We drove west on Hwy 17 to Beaufort SC where arrived in the early afternoon for a Latte and pastry at Common Grounds a coffee place at the waterfront park. The town's old historic area is getting ready for the annual Shrimp Fest this weekend so there were many vendors setting up in ...
... just see the city and see what is on offer. The river from area looks pretty cool as does the market square so we plan on hitting them up tomorrow. We also booked the 'Ghost and Gravestone tour' for tomorrow night so that should be a bit of a laugh.
Just back from dinner at a place called the Distillery. They only serve craft beer. That is the most awesome concept for a pub bar that I've ever heard. And the laws in Savannah ...
... which was really interesting to see how many Spanish would have been aboard when it sailed along with the cannons and ammunition. You could see how it was built back in Heulva Spain in 2006 from the original plans and has sailed around the world following the routes of the original ship. The crew on board are also the ones that have sailed it from South America and will be sailing it next to Philadelphia for the tourists, it must be wonderful to see it sailing ...
... bridge is, both old and new. The new one has been used in a few movies scenes. We did drive the full length of the newer bridge and walked along the old one for a little distance. It is in bad repair in parts and efforts are being made to raise money to restore it so pedestrians can continue to use it.
In the morning we went on the Everglades Tour. This is within the National Park. It was very interesting listening to ...