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... after our dinner so we headed back to the hotel and undid our top buttons.
We awoke to sunny skies, so did a walking tour of the city, taking in the spectacular waterfront mansions and plantation houses. For lunch we headed a few miles north to Sullivans Island to check out the beaches.
All in all a fun, small town with amazing architecture.
We missed our first flight due to a delay with our airline trying to check people in at the ticket counter. After initially being told we couldn't get a flight til the next morning they finally got us to Charleston later that night. Since we arrived after dinner we stopped at Bojangles since it's a place we don't have at home. Good decision. We were starving and it was tasty. Finally made it to the beach house and we're amazed at how great it was in ...
... getting out of the park if you want to continue south on Highway 17. I decided not to try and cross, went North and turned around at the next spot I could.
Traveled the rest of the way without stopping until I arrived at my hotel. The lady could not find my reservation, but they had rooms available so I guess that worked out! I'm hoping tomorrow will be slightly warmer than today and I am looking forward to checking out some places I have not been to before.
... the culture of the people where we travel, I was asking about the Sounds of Charleston concert to be held the day after Christmas.
The brochure reads: Join us through Charleston's rich musical heritage.
Experience the musical sounds that help define Charleston’s history – from gospel to light classics coming to life in the old historic Circular Congregational Church, one of the oldest ...
... the site that the southern insurgents saw as they looked out over their firing canons at the Union fort in their harbor.
The Battery area was at the southern tip of the city and was our point of return back thru the city. The return trip would be thru a residential section of the city that house homes from before and after the Civil war. The homes, unlike the large palatial mansions of Newport, were large family homes of the rich and famous of 19th ...