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We get through come hell or high water. First tip: don't use google for directions. We passed through 3 serious storms to get here. When we arrived in charleston, the storm had pretty much passed but there was serious flooding on the downtown streets. Someone said their storm drain systems can't handle a deluge of water. So it is light rain and overcast. We took a free trolley down to the city market and wandered around then walked back. I now have blisters on ...
... exist. One store we browsed had framed photos of local sights and landscapes painted on slate tiles and original bricks. As we headed toward Meeting street we came across the beautiful The Mills House Hotel. The hotel has a picturesque courtyard with a central fountain. This was a wonderful spot for us to stay and have a southern inspired brunch of crab cakes eggs benedict and a Bahamas breakfast plate of eggs, pancakes, bacon and fruit. ...
... first one he started the empire from. Well - it was pretty disappointing really, the staff in the rather spartan and clinicaly stark white tea-roomsy place were almost surly, and our '6 piece' plate with cardboard cups of pump-pot coffee, was pricey and fairly unspicey! There! I said it, we were disappointed.... Got the obligitory photos though! We all feel our NZ KFC tastes much nicer.
We stopped just over the border at the "Welcome to Tennessee Centre" ...
... most of the way. Nothing interesting to report there. About 70 miles out of Charleston, we turned onto Rt. 17 which brought us NE to the city. It was an unremarkable drive at first. We drove through about 40 miles of construction. It didn't slow us down much, but it had us weaving back and forth from the left side to the right, one-way over to two-way and back to one-way traffic, past piles of Carolina red ...
... 8230;as well as it all tying into Nicholas Sparks stuff since I had been in New Bern where he lives…just felt like fate and that I was destined to be there right then and there with all of it.
The next morning, I check out early as I was heading to Savannah and wanted to arrive at a decent hour. It was only a 2 hour drive or so to Savannah so after talking one last walk around the streets and enjoying the morning, I left Charleston and drove around Mount Pleasant which ...
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