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.
... are so few and far between. Although we've had multiple weddings over the last few years, you just never know when the next time will be. So, it's all precious. I can't show pictures of the wedding itself because only professional photography was allowed at the wedding, but you get the idea from the other pictures here that we are together and happy. I also missed getting pictures of some family members - so disappointed ...
... reality you are really aware of how
amazing you are.
The more we grow, and the more we are intertwined with society and their expectations, is when we truly lose sight of what makes us great. We focus on one thing that people notice the most, whether it's external or internal. That's the one thing we hold on to. Why focus on that one thing when there is so much more to you? You're not just that ...
We stay at a little B & B, The Fulton Inn, just off the French quarter. Charleston lives up to all our expectations. It really is a "charming town" with pretty buildings and cobbled streets and everything you imagine a southern town to be. Eating in the south is an interesting experience. Wherever we go we like to try the local food. But not too sure about" crispy pork trotters with grits" or "biscuits so light they seem as if ...
... like raspberries, and the Peach like nothing but freshly picked peaches. They even make after dinner liquers that taste like desserts, and the banana pudding liquer we tasted was so spot on, you could even pick out the vanilla wafer flavor within.
Basically, if Willie Wonka owned a vodka distillery, it would be Firefly. Unfortunately, there was no Mr. Slugworth tempting me to steal the vodka recipe for him, so no one gave me a key to ...