The Inn at I'On
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... hot. Then we went to a pier with some nice swings. We took a few pictures with the nice bridge in the background. Also there were lots of little boys selling palmetto roses, but one of them just gifted me one without being asked for it. I regarded it very kind but I also felt a little sorry for the boy giving away the rose and not getting paid for it.
Then we started walking towards the rainbow rowt, which is a part of the East Bay Street with ...
Hello! I have been so busy here that I lost track of time and suddenly realised that Sunday was the two year anniversary of this blog! So just as a quick note, happy second birthday to Fine China's travel blog and here's to another year of fun little ...
Weather today was spectacular for us to discover historical Charleston. Clear blue skies, warm in the sun but cool in the shade made it ideal for today's walking group tour with Tommy Dew. We met at the corner of Meeting and Market St and ended up walking to the Battery. I really enjoyed this tour because Tommy was very in-depth on the history of Charleston and its place in American history. Learnt a ton. The tour ran for about 2 hours and Charleston is a gorgeous town with so much ...
... Lucy has agreed to this betrothal however initial opinions from outsiders indicate that he needs to wash his hair first. But maybe he is just a bit over zealous with hair product.
Since arrival, activities and experiences have been wide and varying. They have included admiring the local architecture and visits to cemetries, prison museums and art galleries.
Food and drinks, have included, enchiladas, ben and jerrys icecream, mint ...
... guide to tell me more about it once I'm there. Not everyone in the group seem that interested in the historical aspects of this country, but for me that is one of the most interesting things about it. Just comparing these quaint historical towns with the modern madness that exists in Vegas and Miami is interesting in itself, and I can spend hours reading my American history book and drawing conclusions of how this country has developed the way it has.