The Cottages on Charleston Harbor
Travel Blogs from Mount Pleasant
OK, so I'm not reeeallly at a plantation, but staying at this property makes me feel like a belle!
Thanksgiving has arrived! After an awesome Halloween we were very excited for the All-American tradition. We picked Lisa up at 9.30PM on the Wednesday night, went home and were up and on the road to Charleston at 7AM. No rest on this holiday! We drove stright down South and arrived by lunch. Just in time for the turkey stuffing fun and games... Collier had purchased everything that was needed, including one mama of a turkey. After many recipe readings and ...
... streets to walk
down- and a pretty cool market area. This was where we came across
Bert and Ernie- who must have ditched Johnny for a change. Continuing
our sightseeing around town, we headed over to 'Rainbow Row,' so
named due to the houses being all painted different colours, like a
rainbow, get it? From there, we walked along to the river front and
out onto the pier where we sat for awhile and watched the boats sail
past. There was a nice park area ...
It's Wednesday, and I should be feeling right at home, but I am still closing doors quickly behind me to keep the insects at bay, stepping into cold showers because the water is as warm as it is going to get, and being amazed at how quickly a website can load here!
Arrived home Monday afternoon after a long travel day which began with leaving the Palo Verde Lodge at 8:30 AM on Sunday; a two-hour speedboat ride on the Amazon (with two refueling stops, ...
... the store. Anyway it was like a mile to get out there so we had a nice two mile bike ride. Then we came back had some lunch and cleaned up in the RV some. After that we took Nash on a nice long walk. We went through a couple of the different walking paths and he had a great time. By the time we were done with that we got some laundry started and it was time to get dinner together. We had shish kabobs, they were delecious. After dinner and ...