Red Roof Plus+ Mount Pleasant
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We head out to the beach with my faithful expedition photographer documenting every step of the way. Tracey is a wonderful teacher and before I know ...
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... a Thai restaurant was still open for last orders on food so we went there washing our food down with some tasty cocktails and some shots which were complimentary as a southern welcome by the bar man. We then headed to the strip and did a bar crawl chatting to the locals along the way. The next day we grabbed some food and headed out into the old town whilst strolling past ...
... 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 ...
... builder and his family, unique aspects of the house and the changes made to it over the years of its history. Particulary fascinating is the exquisite winding, floating circular staircase, which means that it is not attached to the walls – totally free standing. This home is a must see for anyone visiting Charleston. If you can only tour 1 home, we recommend this one.
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