Days Inn Summerville - Charleston
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... November the skipper will move her further South to Florida then over to the Bahamas for a day, it needs to leave the USA every 6 months - a tax issue! When we eventually move El Nido to Canada we will pay Canadian taxes we see no point in paying twice!
El Nido will remain in the water from November ...
A mad rush at the breakfast area. Too many people arriving simultaneously. So many that Andreas grabbed a few things before quickly retreating to the room. People watching though with very fat ones to discreetly look at! A two hour drive if i remember quickly to Orlando and Universal Studios. Enormous parking area but they had that well organised so paying $16 to park didn't take too long neither to get to the designated area. A long walk, but everyone walking in the same direction, too ...
... have found hotels at a reasonable price WHILE we were driving, found restaurants, etc......it would have been impossible and so much more stressful. Sara has been a great navigator on the trip.
So we haven't figured out what we will do tomorrow. But we are learning to be flexible with whatever comes our way, and grateful for how things usually turn out just fine, even if they turn out different than what we had planned and envisioned. So stay tuned!
... and just when we thought we were out of the construction we ran into traffic from an accident. But we finally were able to break from the grasp of Myrtle Beach and cruised down the open highway to our first historic site in the Charleston area, Charles Pinckney Historic Site (stamp stamp stamp!). In case you are wondering who Charles Pinckney was he is known as the forgotten signer of the Declaration of Independence. Seems like a ...
... Colonial Government in the American Colonies. The main floor and the top floor were built as meeting areas and the basement was used to store goods waiting to be shipped or delivered. George Washington visited the area after the revolutionary war and danced on the same floor where we stood. Pretty neat stuff! The British used the basement area to hold American prisoners during the war. We were told many died down there in their fight for independence. Thus the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services