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... the 9 3/4 stood. Good photo opportunity for many. Walked up through the small 'alley' leading to Hogwarts. Way too many people and we all felt pretty overwhelmed by the crowds and also somewhat flat because it appeared to be nothing to do here. Shop windows and a couple of shops which were so filled with people that it was impossible to move around and have a look at the merchandise on offer. The queue to to one of the two rides available was 120 minutes which someone like me really ...
... well, our islolated paradise had a run down house right across the street, with two horses in a small fenced in area that looked more like a big puddle than a place for horses to graze. The pool on the other side of the house was filled with algae covered water. Was it a pool, or maybe a mosquito farm? Oh yes, and the little boy who came out with his two unkempt dogs, yes, that one's name is Ashley and she's dying. Ok, ok, we can pretend that house isn't there. Let's check out ...
... and historical things to see in Charleston. Despite the weather, Tropical Storm Andrea was visiting as well, we decided to visit Middleton Place Plantation. It's about a 15 mile ride from Charleston.
Situated on about 200 acres on the Ashley River, Middleton Place was started by John Williams in the 1730's. His daughter, Mary Williams Middleton and her husband, ...
... there are many old historic houses from the American revolution time period. Most of them were medical buildings for wounded soldiers and now privately owned. They must be worth $Millions.
After seeing the houses, we drove to Charleston. Here we are staying at the Ansonborough Inn.
http://www.ansonboroughinn.com. It used to be an old paper holding ...
... the weed out of the waters...Hugely expensive, a tray about 12 inches diameter maybe a bit bigger..was $500...rediculous. Makes me want to rush home and get my PNG baskets and bring them back to sell, maybe then I could buy me one of the big houses along the waterfront.. We wandered through the shops and picked up a few things (More) looks like another parcel looming.
We met up with Peter for dinner at a ...
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