Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... and from the Revolutionary War era. Walmart again.
Day 74. Friday 7 August 2015
This morning we visited a plantation house outside of Charleston. It is the oldest, unrestored house in the area. Very interesting tour and a talk on slavery in the area both before, during and after the Civil War. Drayton House. The Draytons were from Britain and moved to Barbados and then to Charleston. Drove through a small part of ...
Sampled "liver mush" for brekkie, with bacon and toast, a great start for the day. Then we off from Dev's but we will see her again at Andrew's in June.
Drove across North Carolina and into South Carolina. This is the "Bible Belt" (South-East and South-central USA) and has seemingly hundreds of huge churches, mostly Baptist, even in tiny villages.
Arrived at Congaree NP and met Dev's friend, Ranger Carol. She told us we could only camp in the NP if we had ...
... road, you can see how ill equipped this part of the world is for storms. The highways was wet and not well plowed even though the snow had stopped several hours before. It was only 14 when we left though at about 10:30. We passed numerous accidents and abandoned cars...and two flip overs that happened right before we got to them. You look down streets and they weren't plowed at all. People were using gardening ...
Got off to a good start this morning...about 7:15. It was a pretty quiet, uneventful trip. We did see gas for $2.99 in Wytheville, VA and was going to get some, but this price was for cash. Richard thought we'd find the same price on down the road. NO...it was $3.00. Did we stop? Nahhh...kept going. At 1/8 of a tank, we did get gas...only it was $3.03. All I can say is, it's a lot less than at ...
... 60 mph in a 70. People were passing him on both sides; really dangerous. Another guy couldn't quite stay in his lane and his toad (attached car) was straining at its mooring. It was as if these guys were on their inaugural road trip.
Monday, Mar 31
Continued my travels north on I 95 which turned from three lanes to two lanes and traffic increased proportionally. I continue to wonder how interstate ...