Charleston Plaza Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Our next adventure on El Nido will be in November Bryan needs to take her our of the US for a day so a quick trip I think he'll recruit a new first mate for that one, it's a busy time of year for Mrs. Claus.
After that we will spend time in the winter down in Florida and. Bahamas :-)
I took a picture tonight from our deck in Calgary another lovely sunset but no waves :-)
... to sig up for the house tour. Luckily for us we were encouraged to also sign up for the Gullah culture presentation and this became the absolute high light of our visit. In fact tne whole visit to Boone Hall is a highlight not only for the day but for the who,e trip. The Gullah culture and black history presentation was a one woman lve show. She was amazing and had her audience spell bound. Throgh her singing and telling of anecdotes and presenting ...
... were "dolphin hunting!" Sure enough, right at the low tide mark, a couple dolphins arrived. They swam up and down the river for about 30 minutes, but we never saw them strand fish. The sign back at the parking lot said you had to stay 50 yards away from the dolphins or they would not come up on the bank, and the rest of the folks who had hiked there for the event apparently either had not read the info, or were totally disregarding it because they ...
... br> First stop in Charleston was actually an area called Mt. Pleasant and a place called Patriots Point. Patriots Point is home to a de-commissioned Destroyer Naval Vessel, an Aircraft Carrier (complete with various aircraft) and Submarine. We spent two hours there and didn't get to the submarine. The destroyer severed in WWII and was attacked by Japanese Kamakaze planes. It was interesting to watch a documentary on ...
... to Kate Middleton) many of whom played prominent roles in the colonial and antebellum history of South Carolina. When it was built it looked like the palace of Versailles. Union soldiers burned most of the house, leaving only the south wing and gutted walls of the north wing and main house. An earthquake in 1886 toppled the walls of the main house and north wing.The plantation, now a National ...