1837 Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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The trip to Charleston was again, and thankfully so, an uneventful one. We arrived around lunchtime and dropped our luggage at Josh's awesome man pad outside the city and headed out to the beaches of an island nearby. The houses and streets were amazing and the beaches equally so. After a long walk on the beach and some good swimming time we headed back to meet Josh after work. He was really welcoming and we got on ...
... Harley was pooped out from his beach outing, too. When I got back and tried to finish writing the day’s adventures, I discovered that the computer would not wake up. I tried everything but it was apparent that it was dead. Man that was a real downer. Especially since I had written most of the day’s blog. I’m not really sure what else I lost. I normally keep my files on an external hard drive, so I should be okay.
Anyway, it is all in the past now. ...
... day of our program, we had a low country breakfast in the hotel's Barbadoes Room. Never tasted such excellent grits! This was followed by a lecture presented by our instructor, Ruth, who covered 300 years of Carolina history in approximately 90 minutes. We certainly learned a great deal, including how Sir Anthony Ashley Cooper founded South Carolina, who the earliest settlers were, where they came from and ...
... Colonel Chestnut, after conferring with the other aides, decided that they were "manifestly futile and not within the scope of the instructions verbally given to us". The aides then left the fort and proceeded to the nearby Fort Johnson. There, Chestnut ordered the fort to open fire on Fort Sumter.
On Friday, April 12, 1861, at 4:30 a.m. Confederate batteries opened fire, firing for 34 straight hours, on the fort. No attempt was ...
... and tools. SO, before I went to the event, I had to check the coffee shop out and the area they were in. From a bit of research, the area they were in was also considered a good area for gays and lesbians.
Thursday I drove to the Orange Spot Coffee Shop. http://theorangespotcoffeehouse.com/
It was so comfy and the Cha Yen (Chai Iced Tea) was so good I could have had 3 of them. I talked with one of the owners briefly ...