Zero Water Street Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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On the 7th day of waiting for the Delta IV rocket carrying 2 satellites to launch from Cape Canaveral it finally blasted off. We had gathered at the river's edge of the campground with about 20 other campers. The excitement was building. Jayne started a countdown at 10,9.... only to be disappointed at 0, when nothing happened. Someone checked the Kennedy Space Center's website and discovered it had been postponed for 55 minutes due ...
... time, my feet were tired and it seemed like a good time for some ice cream. Another trolley ride brought me to the waterfront park area, a gelato shop and a delicious rest on a bench by the harbor. And, that was the end of my day! I was glad to avoid any heavy downpours as it would have been a miserable day. I very much appreciate the free trolleys as they are great for resting tired feet. And I very much enjoy the history and charm of Charleston!
... 8217;s most exquisite dwellings. Located in Downtown Charleston near High Battery, the Nathaniel Russell House Museum, 51 Meeting Street, is widely recognized as one of America’s most important neoclassical dwellings. Historic Charleston Foundation purchased the National Historic Landmark in 1955, and the house served as the Foundation’s headquarters for 37 years. Today, the interiors are restored to their original 1808 grandeur ...
... It was a nice walk before hitting the seedy parts and tackling the bridge again.
Following a quick Scamp cooked dinner and even quicker showers we headed back downtown with G. We walked through the Christmas lights and around the festival as G soaked up as much attention as possible. We sampled the foods they offered and just hung out for a bit. We walked around downtown until Gordon was ready to take a nap back in the car and then headed ...
... there was also a live presentation of the gullah culture. drayton house was the other plantation that we went to. it is the only one with the orginal house on it (about 300 years old). it was not furnished. the architecture was interesting. and outside a tour guide was presenting disturbing history facts about slave life.
we explored historic downtown charleston by foot and horse and carriage, and car. i can ...