Fantasia Bed and Breakfast
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- All-Suites Property
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... come out to overshadow the tourists fresh off the cruise ships. Street and bar lighting is dim throughout. This only makes everything that much more attractive. What sets Charleston apart from the other waxed moustaches is its southern charm. Everyone says "y'all" and seems to be genuinely interested in your wants and needs. It really is a charming city and probably deserves it title as Americas number 1 ...
... sign announced that we were now in South Carolina. The road was narrow and tree lined and not in that great of shape. I hoped it wouldn’t be like this the whole 100 or so miles we had to travel. It wasn’t, and soon gave way to a much smoother road. At some points it was four lanes and we passed through a few small towns. These towns were no doubt on the main north south route at some point before I-95 was built. I like driving ...
... There were tours to old Plantations and gardens, horse rides not even beginning with the naval museums and Fort Sumter reached by boat, where the first shots of the Civil War were fired. We loved Charelston, the people were all friendly the place charming and on top of the history great food and good shopping! We returned to the ship ready to put our feet up and watch our sail away, accompanied by the US Coast Guard with machine ...
... the stories it could tell having been in the forefront of both the War of Independence and the Civil War.
John Grimke Drayton was responsible for introducing the first Azaleas into the United States.
Taking a bus tour of Charleston, we found out some interesting information on the buildings.
Around the doorways of some of the stately homes are decorative carvings of rope. Apparently the thicker the rope the ...
... time, my feet were tired and it seemed like a good time for some ice cream. Another trolley ride brought me to the waterfront park area, a gelato shop and a delicious rest on a bench by the harbor. And, that was the end of my day! I was glad to avoid any heavy downpours as it would have been a miserable day. I very much appreciate the free trolleys as they are great for resting tired feet. And I very much enjoy the history and charm of Charleston!