Two Meeting Street Inn
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... after Ashanti (Grammy award winning singer) performed we set off for a cruise around Manhattan. The weather was perfect for a cruise – nice and warm and clear skies! Towards the end of the cruise we stopped near the Statue of Liberty and were treated to a private fireworks display set off from a barge – it was quite spectacular. Matt was still pretty jet lagged and we didn’t feel like going to the after party so we headed back to the hotel (paid for by ...
... BMW has an assembly plant in nearby Greer, which produces the X3, X4, X5 and X6 crossover SUV model cars. It is the only place in the world that these models are produced. These vehicles are then shipped by rail to the port and then loaded onto ships for transport to other countries. Just today, Volvo announced they will be building a plant nearby, and will be producing cars by 2018.
We also passed under the Ravenel Bridge, a cable stay bridge, similar ...
... to buy there. We moved to another hotel that night crossing the river on the impressive Ravenel Bridge We were in a suburban but pleasant area and had a good Italian meal in the neighbourhood. 24th April- our final stop in Charleston was at Magnolia Plantation which has been in the same family for nine generations. Unfortunately , the current house is only 120 years old as the first ...
... short on stories and jokes. We crossed the Ashley River and checked into our hotel, Holiday Inn Riverview. It is a circular hotel, reminding us of the long gone Christopher Inn in Columbus where we spent our honeymoon. We are on the 9th floor with a view of the river, spectacular. We went up to the Rooftop Restaurant where they lemonade and cookies for us. That was above the 14th floor and the view of Charleston was spectacular. ...
... wagon wheels'..to bring home.
Dinner at Hymans a big line-up outside but a table for 2 seems a rare request(most are large groups) HUSHPUPPIES, catfish,collards greens, cole slaw!
Saturday....we start with a carriage ..is it still a caleche if it's pulled by mules?....ride in the historic district ..mules apparently handle the heat of SC better than horses..and are more even tempered..
lunch at low country bistro..crab ...