Charleston - Days Inn Historic District
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After breakfast at our 'local', we headed north along the coast to Hilton Head. We weren't sure what it would look like, but knew there was a rather famous golf club and lighthouse. After a number of bridges, rivers full of reeds, beautiful homes (each with a private jetty) and the $1.25 toll (both ways which we found funny), we had arrived.
... and we all try our hardest to hide them. But what happens when you meet people and they make you realize those faults you want to hide? Maybe it's those people that will help you get over those faults. Maybe one day you will be fine and happy with your life.
When you think about yourself, do you think about all of the great things that make you, well you?
Or do you focus on the negatives? ...
... 100 years after this. Finally, when the art and science was mastered and the temperature could be increased to properly incinerate a body and not barbecue it for the family to witness, it became more common.
We decided that after a lecture like that we were hungry for barbecue. We got on our scooter and headed toward the campground. It was dark and it was getting cold. We lucked upon a great barbecue place called Bessinger Bar-B-Que. Now, in ...
... In the late afternoon we headed off through back roads where people from their front porches would wave to us as we rode past on our way to Washington DC.
Just before nightfall we stopped at the Day Inn Interstate Motel for the night and had dinner at Cracker Barrell. I tried my first American 'biscuit'. It is like a scone only salty, funny they serve it with jam, its an acquired ...
Obviously because of limited time we weren't able to see everything but we did enjoy a short film explaining the history of the plantation, as well as a walk around the gardens and along the Ashley River, and a tour of the house (no photos allowed of the inside).