The White Orchid Inn and Spa
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... ever been truly broke. Similarly, if you have ever suffered through a period of extreme hardship of any kind, you are more able to enjoy and appreciate life post hardship. In my experience in schools, parents worked overtime to shelter their kids from hardships of any kind, up to and including failing a test. I don't think they did their kids any favours by not letting them fail or suffer a bit.
Those of you who know me well and for a ...
... the Fort over the years to deal with the evolving nature of the threats to Charleston's safety. Originally lobbing a big steel ball about a mile in the air was sufficient to keep her majesty's sailing ships at bay. By WW II those missiles could be detonated and aimed with great precision and fired at moving targets 5 miles away. By 1943, the submarine rendered the Fort obsolete and it closed in 1947 and reopened as a ...
... beach goes for miles and miles and depending on the time of day and the weather means different numbers of people. But it is not crowded at all so hurray for us.
We have a very nice view from our apartment and are enjoying staying here.
Yesterday was the first day I finally put on shorts and did not have some type of sweater or jacket on. The sun was shinning and it was hot, +20 or better. We even put ...
... on the Social Register with names like Rockefeller and six American presidents during its time. Flagler built the railroad from New York City to St. Augustine and eventually extended it all the way to the Florida Keys. He built hotels all along the railroad line to house his passengers. However, the Hotel Ponce de Leon's 450 guest rooms were very exclusive. It was only open from January to April every year and each ...
... for a TV news truck and crew getting ready for a live feed regarding the storm. We drove up and down the road along the beach, took a few pictures, and checked out a couple side streets before moving on. Doing much else in this weather would not be much fun. It looked like a pleasant, low-key resort town -- not too many tourist/souvenir shops, no high-rise hotels/condos (not too many low-rise motels, either), but quite a few smaller vacation homes, ...