The Inn at I'On
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... were hoping we would buy tours from them tomorrow but when we told them we were leaving they offered us some advice where to get dinner and a place where Ted could get a good ginger beer. Later when Ted was walking down the street drinking his ginger beer, a couple of different people thought he was drinking beer on the street and warned him against it. It is against the law in Charleston. Considerate folks. They also advised us that it is not against the ...
... paying the heavy price of such a venture, and was in great need of nourishment. Finding a quant establishment near route 20 in Decatur, the men shared a quick feast of friend potatoes and square-shaped ground beef patties. A final fuel stop followed, and the march was on.
Riding into Charleston with guns blazing, the Birmingham regiment drove straight into the heart of Charleston’s King Street District. A young lady at Tommy ...
... countrymen, who were in a state of rebellion. Looking at the shore I attempted to understand the ultimate joy of the Confederates once the Union surrendered the fort. There is nothing comparable to standing on the ground where history still lives and breathes. I was sad to relearn that Ft. Wagner had been taken by the sea. To have seen the site where Shaw and the 54th went down would have been incredible.
After the fort we decided ...
Well Clark and I started out with another adventure today. To start things off our flight got delayed - okay that's not really a biggie. We get on the flight and I promise you that our pilot was doubling the speed limit in the air. We had a nice flight with the exception of Dave listening to songs on my IPad and screaming out Yeah! while listening to Usher. I just knew the Marshall was going to come and tap him on the shoulder but he didn't. My husband - what's ...
... discovered after my longest Greyound leg, a lovely 19 hour bus trip from Memphis, crossing five states (Tenessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and then South Carolina). I arrived to the bus station being a million miles, well it felt like it, away from downtown and the rain bucketing down, so I cabbed it in to have two lovely surprises. One being the hostel felt like a home away from home and the next my new found friend from Philadelphia, Laura, was there as well.