Baymont Inn & Suites Yemassee
Travel Blogs from Yemassee
... The Bakers rode with us back to Charleston which took three rather long days on the ICW. When we arrived in Charleston, we docked at Charleston Harbor Marina in Mt. Pleasant. We opted to rent a car so we could show the Bakers the area in and around the city. They had never visited Charleston, and with the exception of the heat and humidity, appeared to enjoy Charleston's history and restaurant offerings.
Our next visitors were ...
... Ripoff Branson Breakfast with the Stars
Unexpected Tom - Tour of Busch Stadium in St. Louis
Treat Peg - Driving along historic Route 66 or the Parthenon in Nashville
Most Fun Ride the Ducks Branson
Scariest Almost running out of Gas in Oklahoma
Close 2nd - the tram ride to the top of Gateway Arch in St. Louis
Priciest Meal The Ketter Center in Branson
Most The Gateway Arch in St. Louis
Impressive Country Music ...
We were not planning to blog tonight because it was just a driving day, but we had to mention this KOA campground. When we arrived, the office people were so nice. They explained that they even offer pizza and chicken wings delivered to the campsite. ...
... kids questions about sharks were starting to get to him! We had lots of fun watching the 3 or 4 dolphins and it was so cute to see Clare's expression as she saw them for the first time. A few years ago when we were in Medeira Beach and saw dolphins Caleb wouldn't set foot back in the water the entire trip. He's grown braver with age!
Later in the day we went for ...
... just behind the climbing wall:
I decided to check out walking the entire length of deck 12, and found
the distance to be about a 6-minute walk, roughly 1/3 mile. It was a
fairly unobstructed circuit but did require passing through the kids
pool (not a problem at 5AM) and negotiating 2 fairly tight wind
baffles. I finished my 5 miles about ...