1837 Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... as there was a child listed on our booking. Since we didn't seem to have a child in our possession, she was then able to fix it up. She couldn't guarantee however our bags would make it though!
Our flight on a B757-200 was uneventful, where the crew barely had time to do service and their safety checks, so they settled on the service instead. Upon arrival into Atlanta, our connecting gate was close by, and the agent assured us our bags would make the ...
... head for Charleston earlier than planned and have more time there.
Charleston's historic centre is just lovely, a low rise place with no towering buildings and a really different feel about it. Lots of people wandering about in the heat, so we decided to spend the evening out and about with them drinking and eating. We finally chose to eat at a Forrest Gump themed restaurant called Bubba Gump ...
Left hotel after a really nice breakfast and drove to the visitor centre, booked Alan's Talk of the Town bus tour and although he looked rather dour he was much more informative than yesterday's lady in Savannah. Back at the visitor centre we watched a film all about Charlestons history, mostly about the cotton and rice plantations which of course all depended on the slave workers. Didn't know anything about the rice being ...
... fountain (we cheated death) and swinging on the bench-swings, we cut inland down the tree-lined streets and by some pretty churches, and found ourselves back on the main street.
Almost as quickly as we had arrived, it was time to leave Charleston. Though we'd had only 24 hours and had spent about 13 of them asleep, we were definitely charmed by the city. We have such a tightly-planned schedule in the US as it saved us a lot of money to plan buses and hostels 6 months ...
... and just when we thought we were out of the construction we ran into traffic from an accident. But we finally were able to break from the grasp of Myrtle Beach and cruised down the open highway to our first historic site in the Charleston area, Charles Pinckney Historic Site (stamp stamp stamp!). In case you are wondering who Charles Pinckney was he is known as the forgotten signer of the Declaration of Independence. Seems like a ...