Hampton Inn Charleston/Mt. Pleasant-Patriots Point
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... to have a look around. There certainly were some lovely pieces of art there!! After that we went to "Danny Condon's" Irish pub for "safe food" (according to Jim) - dinner and music. While there Jim even entertained us by dancing a jig!! All in all a great day. Charleston is an interesting city with lots still left to be seen. The people are very friendly and very accommodating to ...
... after our dinner so we headed back to the hotel and undid our top buttons.
We awoke to sunny skies, so did a walking tour of the city, taking in the spectacular waterfront mansions and plantation houses. For lunch we headed a few miles north to Sullivans Island to check out the beaches.
All in all a fun, small town with amazing architecture.
... slave houses, the main house, and the plantation as a whole. It was a pretty interesting place, however it was so hot that being outside and walking around for a few hours was very uncomfortable. So we rushed home to our air conditioned room, and took advantage of the cable TV in the room. The next morning, we took a leisurely start as we checked out that morning, before taking a trip the main part of Charleston. We parked up, and began roaming the ...
Thick mist and light rain this morning, so no early walk. We went to sleep last night to the sound of a distant fog horn, and I was awoken by an early text from Paddy in Ireland, saying they were on a bus to visit Galway Bay and Blarney Castle. I hope they both kiss the Blarney Stone and receive the gift of eloquence.
Visiting a plantation is a must do in the Deep South, and I overcame my moral horror at ...
... of the Civil War as the firing on the fort was considered the actual start of the Civil War. Here we saw drawings and a photo of the fort as it was when on that faithful day southern canons fire repeatedly at the fort; and the fort as it is today. This presented us with the decision as to go to the fort or see the town and along with the location where southern canons had bombarded the fort in 1861. Harriet quickly made up her mind and I also agreed that we would experience the ...