We left first thing Saturday morning, headed for Charleston, SC.
We ended up staying in Spartanburg, SC the first night. This was suppose to be a lazy trip.
No schedule, no "have to be" anywhere. We just knew we wanted to hit several places.
Charleston, Hilton Head, Savannah & St. Augustine.
We are day 4 and are in Savannah.
We went to Charleston, Isle of Palms, & Folly Beach (Sunday & Monday)
Monday night we stayed in Hilton Head, then spending the morning & early afternoon until it wouldn't stop raining. How much can you do at the beach with it raining?? I guess I could have let DH hold the umbrella over me while I shelled, huh?
So we drove on into Savannah this afternoon.
We stopped at Old Town Trolley where we got set up and will be doing the tour thing tomorrow. They let us do one for free this afternoon so we would know what we wanted to do tomorrow. They also recommended River Street Inn. They are running a special, whatever the temperature is, that's your room rate!!
It's 77 here today. How awesome is that?!?!?! The rooms generally start out around $159 a night.
It is one of the coolest places ever. It's also down in the historic/river district.
Here are some of the pictures from our trip so far.
Isle of Palms
This was from Old Towne Grill & Seafood in Historic Charleston.
The review on this Gyro said it was better than the Gyro's from Greek Restaurants in NYC.
I would have to agree. DH loved the Greek potatoes.
this was a picture hanging in our booth there.
It looked literally like a window with shutters that were open.
Picture inside. Each tables was different.
We would go back a dozen or more times.
This was my feet enjoying Hilton Head before the rain set in.
Nothing like a good dose of sand for exfoliation!
Pictures below are from our room at River St. Inn.
These are pictures I took from the balcony.
It's raining here too.
At least here we can walk/ride around and it's not so bad.
Here is DH during dinner at Tubby's Tank House.
Crab dip appetizer.
DH ate the whole thing!!
Oh yeah! We "rolled" away we were so full!
Can't wait until tomorrow and to see the town.
I loved seeing all the "squares" here.
For now I am going to prop my feet up where I can watch boats coming in and out and read my book I brought just in case I was able to read.