Two Meeting Street Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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- Free parking
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... actual battle flag flown over the fort during the 1861 bombardment. Fort Sumter is a man-made island in the middle of Charleston Harbor and, at the time, a very formidable obstacle to get around. The fort was originally a four-tier structure, but during the course of the war, was reduced to half its original
Congaree National Park, Hopkins, South Carolina. Along the meandering Congaree and Wateree Rivers of ...
... really crazy is that a group of campers spent the night out in tents. We may be crazy but we are not that crazy. I hope they had really good sleeping bags! We made some coffee and used it to warm up our hands as we spent the morning getting ready to go for a hike. The best way to warm up is to get moving so we found a nice long trail right along the campsite and started walking. At the beginning we were wearing 2 pairs of ...
... shop in the old historic downtown. It a nice old area with cute shop and restaurants, all the buildings are brick and Clemson Univ. Is across the river/ waterfall... They have redeveloped the waterfall Rea into a lovely park with a suspension bridge and the Univ. Area....lots of paths and foliage. Now we are off to Charleston...a 3 hour trip. Well it was a very rainy trip....long and boring in fact. we arrived in Charleston in the rain around 4:00 and promptly got lost on the way ...
... white pillars, shutters on the windows and old rocking chairs out front. The plantation is now a national park so the home is empty but its still spectacular from the outside.
The kitchen, completely separate from the house, was the size of a modern two bedroom home. Back then it was illegal to have the kitchen inside the main house because the cooks/slaves used an open fire to cook on, meaning that kitchens tended to catch fire 1-3 times a year and it ...
... out the door and I was not going to wait! Got back on the trolley and went to the Charleston Museum instead ($10). The museum has many different exhibits, from different silver smithed items to textiles of different eras to the history of Charleston itself. There is plenty to look at and if you want to read every little thing, you could be in there all day. I don't like to read all the signs and wandered through at a faster pace.