Red Roof Plus+ Mount Pleasant
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... had competed on Food Network on Food Court Wars - cool. Of course the adventure doesn't end there. We get to the base to check in and the clerk tells Dave that she doesn't have a reservation for us - thus the Griswald experience continues. We end up checking in Best Western Patriot's Point - really nice so it worked to our benefit. Now we have our list of places for tomorrow and a list of local eateries - let the adventure continue. Till tomorrow Clark and ...
... We got a free lunch then sat waiting for everybody's favourite funny man to make an appearance. They announced all the names for both teams, with tv celebs off CSI Miami etc but Bill Murray never did show up. We went down and asked somebody and they said he made some excuse about being called out to shoot a movie! They said normally he walks around the crowd and you can get autographs and photos with him as he owns a local team. Oh well, wasn't our day.
... little since then. The Drayton family gave it to the national historic trust in the 1970s to PRESERVE it. It is the oldest preserved plantation in South Carolina. Seriously amazing.l
After all that walking around on the plantation, we worked up an appetite and headed to award winning Fiery Ron's Home Team BBQ. Traditional Carolina BBQ at it's finest. The pork ribs and mustard and vinegar sauces were all that Justin ...
... was pelting us and it actually hurt, but still we were in the water. My mother thinks we are crazy. She is probably right. We've ridden bikes on the beach, Nicole has dissected every sea creature that's washed up on the shore and Natalie and Saul have made a lot of sand castles. Nora and Neve have spent every waking moment in some kind of water, and when Neve isn't in the water she's wearing her cowboy boots saying "howdy, partner." So it's been a nice couple of days. ...
... army occupied it for 2 years, it's role in the slave trade , and it's role in the Civil war ( the first shots of the war were actually fired here.) It is a nice little museum with lots of personal insights through small objects. the badges worn by slaves to show their profession and the letter from the civil war soldier to his wife were especially Poignant .
It was now time for a late lunch and we found a super bistro near ...