Plantation Oaks Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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You know you've found a fun place to visit when within a couple of hours of arrival you find yourself surrounded by engaging and interesting people listening to some fantastic music in a local coffee shop....
You know you've found a great place when an hour after that you're playing an increasingly competitive and vertiginous game of Jenga while sinking beers in a local dive bar with a crowd of people and the ...
... the free vouchers the first tour I chose was to go onboard an Navy Aircraft carrier from WWII called the USS Yorktown which sits moored over the other side of the harbour. I've always wanted to go on a massive Aircraft carrier, since I worked at the Navy dockyards about 15 years ago now. Amazing it has been that long. The memories came flooding back as soon as I got onboard and started navigating the grey passageways, and climbing up and down ladders.
... amazingly beautiful, but hot still at the end of August. Would be perfect in the fall and winter.
Started our day at Drayton Hall. In our excitement to get to our first plantation, we sped past the guard gate. Unfortunately, we were caught and had to pay! Signed up with Friends of the National Historic Trust. We must really like history... Nah, we got a free low country rice spoon. The estate was built in 1738 and has ...
... day we have headed out in a different direction and today we drove over to the fishing hamlet of Mount Pleasant and Isle of Palms, to explore Fort Moultrie, scene of the first shots fired in the Civil War.. The bunkers below ground were also the sight of command post for WW2.…still in the condition it was operating in during their preparation for any invasion .
A sobering reminder of the memories of this area.
Shem Creek is also on ...
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