Two Meeting Street Inn
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... which is a scenic road through the Appalachian, with multiple tunnels, great views, quite curvy of course.
Having a refreshing stop at the Sliding Rocks, which is a spot on a river where the rocks form a natural slide (60 feet long, the "King of the swimming ...
... the same point. He also said that in his former life he was a college professor so he had all the answers. And, he said, if he didn't know something, he would make it up. Kidding… he said.
He was also proud to say, as he pointed to his clip on ID card, that he was a card carrying tour guide in the city. He said he even had to take two tests to obtain the license. Oh, he also said he had to pass the tests.
We headed out of the bus barn at ...
... of the massive black cement museum built in the middle of the fort, and with the encouragement to walk on top of the formidable structure, it made it hard for me to imagine the battles the fort endured. But, attitudes being what they were, we both agreed that we were glad that we made the effort to go. After disembarking the ferry, we made our way to Ann and King Street and ate a late lunch at a sidewalk café called Joe's Pasta. ...
... back yard but spent lots of great visiting time with them. Carrabelle really is a neat spot. Did you know that there are white squirrels there too??? We went to a Carrabelle art guild gallery event and saw some wonderful talent from local artists. We sampled some great seafood at the 2 Al's Restaurant on Trivia night. The grouper, shrimp and oyster sandwich was a winner, but we lost on the Trivia. We explored the harbor by kayak, paddling through the seagrasses. Three rivers come ...
... when it prohibited the British fleet from entering Charleston. During the Civil War it, along with Fort Sumpter, held the Union from entering Charleston from the sea. After the Civil War, Fort Moultrie went through several upgrades during World Wars I and II, as part of the coastal defense system. With the advent of airplanes and submarines the "in place" coastal fort system was basically obsolete. Fort Moultrie was closed as an ...