Two Meeting Street Inn
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... a Thai restaurant was still open for last orders on food so we went there washing our food down with some tasty cocktails and some shots which were complimentary as a southern welcome by the bar man. We then headed to the strip and did a bar crawl chatting to the locals along the way. The next day we grabbed some food and headed out into the old town whilst strolling past ...
... Day page with a list of all the various museums, historic houses and other indoor things to do. I wasn't quite sure where I wanted to start so I hopped on the trolley heading to the City Market. This Market is a covered Market where people sell everything from jewelry to sweetgrass baskets to food products. Interesting to walk through and it is out of the rain. I wandered through and ended up in the shop of the Historic Charleston ...
... cold in the south. Yesterday in Charleston it didn't get out of the 30's and today it is about 44 degrees. It will be interesting trying to complete our trip when we need to hit Kentucky on our way home. It is the last state we need to visit to complete all 50 states (not just on this trip but in all our married life). We, along with everyone else, are hoping that there are no more storms coming through so we can get ...
... out. A number of bartenders sat behind empty bar tops flipping through magazines, checking their phones and/or watching TV. We stumbled upon Marion Square where only a couple hours earlier the annual Charleston Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony was held. Although we missed the ceremony there were still a large number of people milling about the lights strung around palm trees and lit Christmas trees lining the walkway. In the middle of the square ...
... you a different angle on the town, and puts the landscape into perspective. We went out to Fort Sumpter where the bombardment started in the civil war, then around the bay and and back, with the decent stories by the captain all the way. My favourite were the pirate ones. A mighty good yarrrrn... Charleston was where old Blackbeard used to raid and plunder.
Thanks again for reading. Onwards to the Smokey Mountains of North Carolina next... Stay tuned.