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We arrived in Charleston and enjoyed an afternoon looking around the old town before inexplicably succumbing to the baseball bug which we seem to have a very bad case of! This time we felt it was pre-ordained as the Charleston River Dogs stadium was the main feature from our hotel window! We had another great evening and both boys ended up with …
... and open balconies to catch the breeze from the Atlantic ocean. We also saw some mansions which are really big. Charleston is known historically as the place where the Civil War started at Fort Sumter. This fort is an island in the Charleston harbor. Charleston is also where a lot of trade took place, including slaves, which later brought a lot of attention to Abraham Lincoln ...
... ham, mashed potatoes & gravy on the brain…
We enjoyed walking Maddie each day around the park and for those of you who are my fb friends a good laugh at the 3 ladies charming the fishing pond alligator with marshmellows. We met many interesting folks and even shared stories with a nice couple from Canada around the campfire until Mid-night one evening.
On our last day in ...
A visit to South Carolina isn't complete without a stop in Charleston. Charleston is the oldest city in South Carolina, and it is South Carolina’s second largest city with about 130,000 people (Columbia, the capital, being the largest). Throughout the 1700’s and half of the 1800’s, Charleston was one of the top ten biggest cities in ...
Today was a day when nothing went to plan. Toby slept at the wrong time, one park was shut on Mondays, we didn't get a swim, and were home too late for dinner. Even the "attractions" we made it too were a tad disappointing: too many mozzies at the swamp (who'da thunk), the slave museum was no more ...