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... and historical things to see in Charleston. Despite the weather, Tropical Storm Andrea was visiting as well, we decided to visit Middleton Place Plantation. It's about a 15 mile ride from Charleston.
Situated on about 200 acres on the Ashley River, Middleton Place was started by John Williams in the 1730's. His daughter, Mary Williams Middleton and her husband, ...
Washington DC to charleston, South Carolina ...... A 9 hour journey covering 530 miles on the most comfortable train I have ever been on. Not only huge amounts of leg room, but reclining seats with integral foot rests so you can sleep or just get comfy. Unlike the plane, car or bus, you can get up and stretch your legs anytime, there is wifi and you can even charge your phone/ ipad at your seat. AND you get to see the countryside. Amtrak is my new favourite way to ...
Yesterday involved a lot of driving, we set off at 7:15 in the morning from our campsite in Maryland, passed through Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina and finally we arrived at our Camp site in South Carolina at Myrtle Beach State park at around 5!. It was only an overnight stay for us but we enjoyed relaxing. We left camp this morning and headed for Charleston South Carolina! We dumped our ...
drop and snow is expected tonight. It
hasn’t snowed in three years here and since we are headed for Savannah tomorrow
to visit Brad’s best friend Lou and his wife and these roads are not sanded we hope the forecast
is wrong. Planning to leave around 9 am
depending on the weather.
Review of campground: James Island County
Park, Charleston, SC – February 15 and 16.
This is ...
... Lola's first ever margarita. I think the expression on Lola's face speaks for all stomachs around. That is not a good combination. Hope they remembered to buy air freshener.
Kaf is, once again, noticeable in her absence. One thinks that the southern folk may not be as accepting of Kaf as their northern counterparts. She will remain in her bag until her travel buddies have surveyed the area and deemed it safe for her to make an ...