King George IV Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKing George IV Inn Charleston
NC dem Zeigler House auf jeden Fall ein Absturz. Aber die Lage direkt in der Innenstandt an der Haupteinkaufsstrasse ist toll. das Haus ist noch älter, ca. 200 Jahre. Unser Zimmer ist nur einfach nicht so toll, da im Erdgeschoss und ziemlich dunkel mit einer lärmigen aber ineffektiven Klimaanlage. Dafür haben wir darußen eine nette Sitzecke.
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... Quarter of New Orleans. The major difference was that Charleston seemed much cleaner and well maintained. By the way, there is a French Quarter in Charleston, as well.
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... 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.
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... was very interesting, as it seems that beautiful Charleston has quite a checkered past. Seeing the city through local eyes gave us an understanding of the city's rich history and eccentric characters. Charleston was settled by the English and prone to attack from the sea a lot from France and Spain so the colonists erected a fortification wall which partly remains. It was also a huge trade center and port. The city gets its name "The Holy City" due to its religious ...
... 8217;s room and just visited for a while getting to know them better. Then we walked to Kominsky’s for dessert and coffee. Since I had had a wild night previously there was no way I was having both caffeine and sugar that late so I just had water while the others shared a tasty looking fruit cobbler with ice cream.
Back to the campground for us and on to bed after a great but long day.