Motel 6 Charleston North
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... early for last walk on the beach and swim. Then it's packing up and out by 10:00. Barb, Jean and I head out to meet Bruce back in Mt P for brunch. Then all split up and head for home. Start missing everyone right away. Bruce- Packed up and bid farewell to my wonderful neighbors and new friends. Bruce and I head for Fayetteville NC via Myrtle Beach - what an amazing array of mini golf they have there - golf with dinosaurs, pirates, and everything in ...
Another fun day in Charleston. We woke early to heavy cloud cover, so we took our time getting up and having breakfast. We had plans to go to Fort Sumter, but the girls weren't interested in that so they were going shopping at the Outlet Malls. Soon the skies cleared and we were on our way. The girls dropped Art and I off at the Charleston Harbor, where we caught a boat ride to Fort Sumter after getting a nice ride and view of Charleston from the water. To tell the ...
... in a row - it is so infectious, what a perfect way to live. A stroll down Meeting St looking at the colonial architecture and the market place allows you to soak up the relaxed vibe if the town. We then grabbed some lunch at none other than Bubba Gump Shrimp! Life long ambition achieved. After a huuaaawwge lunch we continued to stroll down to the sea front to soak up the sun and enjoy the balmy sea air. Final visit was to Rainbow Rd where there is a ...
... eye' comes from Admiral Horatio Nelson using his blind eye to look down his telescope to disobey an order not to attack the enemy ships in the Battle of Copenhagen in 1801. Nelson was shot by a musket ball and died on his ship at the Battle of Trafalgar 1805 so he was stored in a barrel of brandy to preserve him. We went to point Trafalgar on the Spanish coast and the battle against Napoleon was fought just out to sea near ...
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.
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