La Quinta Inn Charleston North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... which Pam had recommended ...very hot day and expensive, not very exciting stores so we had a coffee outside sitting by a petty fountain and then went to Kiawah island and the county beach which was lovely...miles of fine white sand. Walter and I walked along the sand while I and K went back to the car to rest. It was much cooler on the beach and we watched 2 labs play in the water Then off to the Tea Plantation on Wadalmaw Iasland. The ...
... wave jumping with Jean in the afternoon, then basked in the sun. Jud made great chicken for supper. A quiet evening and early to bed. Bruce - Made sausages and eggs for leisurely breakfast and moved to a no service kamping kabin for the next 2 nites. Had a soak in the pool and met my new neighbors, a delightful family from North Charleston who invited me to share their burgers and chili dogs. Jamie, wife Laura, 9 year old Matt "Bubba", and ...
... of what life would have been like.
Needing to stock up on groceries we completed the day by heading to a supermarket complex near Mount Pleasant. This gave us an opportunity to travel over the impressive Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge which spans the Cooper River. It opened on July 16, 2005 and is a cable-stayed bridge with two diamond shaped supports. It has eight lanes, four each way, and also includes a 12 foot wide lane for pedestrians and ...
... left of the road but 1 pivot opposite too.
The farm has about 550 acres under pivot irrigation and is milking about 860 at present. It is being farmed the Kiwi pastoral way as mentioned already, rather than the intensive US confinement system prevalent here. The mild winters here, no snow usually, mean housing the cows is not necessary, and the very hot summers are coped with by water misters over yards and also mounted under the pivot irrigators which ...
... I headed down and into some of the yards to look at the headstones, including another couple of men who signed the Declaration of Independence. This then led me to Rainbow Row. I remember when I was in Italy there was this place, I think off Venice, that was filled with many houses all painted a different color. It was such a vibrant place and you couldn't help but feel happy looking at the houses. Rainbow row was similar to this, all the houses were painted in ...