Two Meeting Street Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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- Free parking
- Free parking
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... remainder of the channel without incident.
Charleston Harbor was a bit rough and the NOAA weather forecast called for rain later in the afternoon, "sometimes heavy." The forecast was the same for Sunday. Having had more than our share of traveling in similar conditions, we elected to hole up until better conditions prevailed and took a slip at Ashley Marina. So, here we are.
There are always things to ...
... that requires your due diligence. The one particular thing to avoid, always, is achieving insufficient knowledge prior to action. But one thing that we always do is try to let people know there is a lot more that needs to be discovered. Try to avoid getting to scattered with what you choose to do based on this information, and it is always a good idea to limit your activities to something that you favor for whatever ...
... the way to the "beach". Although I wouldn't have called it a beach rather than a body of water meeting the wall and my my the water was so dirty!! We continued walking through the streets just looking around until we stumbled upon some markets. There was arts and crafts and foods and jewelry through, much like you'd expect in a market. We got some traditional lemonade on the way out and it was delicious. We met ...
Today was 19 degrees and overcast. The downside of this warm weather is that we are able to resume our morning walks, so we were out pounding the pavement for an hour and a quarter this morning. Not a very picturesque neighbourhood.
We are staying in North Charleston, so it took only about 15 minutes to drive into Charleston proper. It is a beautifully preserved smallish city, with free trolley buses doing several loops. It was ...
... seen one plantation you've seen them all - at least not in Charleston. Each one that we toured had it's own "flavor", story and claim to fame. Each was truly unique. That is no doubt true because each owner was wealthy and unique.
I am glad that we saved Magnolia Gardens for last because it is the largest, most elaborate ...