The Meeting Street Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of the best breakfast sandwiches I have had for sure and pitchers of mimosas! After breakfast we walked around more, and visited the slave market down town where street vendors come together as a market. That was cool.
Later we went to Folly beach. We weren't planning for this activity so of course we were wearing gym clothes but it was still a nice stroll along the shore. We collected seashells like we did every time we went ...
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... group and it's a private party! I go back & apologise but they're really nice so then we stay and of course tell them all about our adventures cycling Pacific Highway, in fact they ask us back the following night up on the roof terrace. We go out to eat at Southend Brewery which was OK and on the way back pop in the bar across the road from the hotel for a few games of pool. I go up to bed but somehow Peter managed to find the bike guy in lobby so went missing till 11, as ...
... loop, and this one went through the Medical precinct, so it was full of local people off to their various clinics - the halt, the lame and the blind, they were all there. We ended up back at the City Markets so we could go to the Noisy Oyster Restaurant to try the local speciality of crab cakes. I wasn't overwhelmed by them. Americans have a habit of chopping ingredients up and mixing them with ...
... painted deeply into my mind of the Narrows Bridge connecting Tacoma and Gig Harbor in Washington state. Although, both bridges are unique in design, each are profound in impact. And then there is Mt. Rainer ! even after living in the area 8 years, it never ceased to take my breath away - . Rounding a corner while on a clear, sunny day I often gasped at the grandeur of Mt Rainer jutting ...