21 East Battery Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... day checking out the markets, being drenched in rain, and the. Walked the streets of downtown Charleston before having a good lunch. Once back home we settled down to watch movie and had a (fairly) good chicken curry by Josh. After that it was lights out and bags packed for the road again. We said goodbye to Josh early on Friday morning and hit the road for Virginia. It would be our last stop, but probably the best one by ...
... didn’t tell you. It was a nice break from oatmeal.
During breakfast, I turned on the television to get one of the three channels available. One thing I have noticed in the southern states is an awful lot of advertising for personal injury attorneys. Not that I have anything against them. I may even need one someday. Between the commercials and the billboards it’s hard not to look anywhere without seeing some kind of ...
Off bright and early into Charleston on a bit of a grey morning that promised sunshine later, Carrie and I found ourselves at the water taxi. We were dropped off by the boys as they scooted off to the USS Yorktown at Patriots Point. We were heading downtown to walk a bit in the French Quarter and find our way downtown. We were cold when we boarded the water taxi but warmer than some of our fellow travellers, Americans who are not used to this cold front. They know ...
... Barbados. I had recently read John Jakes' historical fiction, Charleston, and found myself listening for facts that fit the 6 generations of the family in the story which spanned the late Revolutionary War to post-Civil War.
Lunch was at A.W. Shucks, within walking distance of the hotel and close to the ...
... Abner has doen it again.” Well, at about 7:00 A.M., Ol’ Abner was given the honor of firing the Union's first shot, in defense of the fort. He missed, in part because Major Anderson did not use the guns mounted on the highest tier, the barbette tier (where the guns could engage the confederate batteries better), where the gunners would be more exposed to Confederate fire. The firing continued all day. The Union fired slowly to ...