Plantation Oaks Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... dating as far back as the late 1690s and down cobblestone streets lined with gas lamps burning. On our way back to the Scamp we walked through the main part of downtown where the yearly Christmas Parade had just ended. Charleston takes there Christmas Parade serious, there were large floats and huge parties that spilled off the stunning porches and out on to the sidewalk. People had on their Sunday’s best and sipped on all sorts ...
... the birds working for their meal among the marshes. And the hot, hot sun watching over it all. Walking along the dock, you could feel it in your bones, that connection with the land. To me, this is the real beauty of Charleston. The architecture is fantastic, the history is unbelievable, the shopping and the food wonderful, but it is the slow, certain rhythms of the sea, the tides, and the marshes that is the real draw of this area.
Well, back at the hotel ...
... has an African-American graveyard and grounds to walk around in. However, we didn't do any of this, as it was pouring rain out. But we did enjoy seeing the building.
We then went into Charleston and checked into our hotel, the Fulton Lane Inn. It's a charming hotel, located right in the middle of the shopping district. Dinner was at Low Country Bistro, where we had some great southern food, including collard greens and grits!
... after we were back on the road. A
motorcycle when flying by the car and was closely followed by a police
car. Well, not far behind were several more police cars. Other drivers
did not seem to care that sirens were blaring and lights were flashing
as they weren't quick to get into the right lane. The motorcycle just
went straight down the middle of the two lanes. So Renee and I were
speculating about what the guy had done and if ...
I prepared some chat for this entry and the computer in the Seafarers' Society were I am in Charleston won't let me open it.
So, a precis! Easy transition to MSC Ilona, warm welcome - I knew the Chief Officer from Zim Ontario (trip across the Atlantic 2 years ago) and very comfortable cabin.
Good send off from Savannah - I did the biz again on behalf of MSC and a chap shouted from the bank, "Have a good voyage" which I thought was most pleasing. ...