Clarion Inn - Mt Pleasant/Charleston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... anger, how stubbornness took over. Did you know that Fort Sumters strikes never could reach their target, but anyone targeting Fort Sumter had successful hits?
History tells the story of the Civil War, to repeat it here seems inappropriate. Fort Sumter is a Wartime Ruin turned into a National Monument. When the Civil War ended Fort Sumter was desolate bearing little resemblance to the impressive work that had stood there when the war began in 1861. To look back, ...
... river meets the sea, I stop by and say "hi" to Margo, a lovely young woman we met yesterday afternoon. She and her friend Tracy are camped here, taking a break after one of their excursions for Tracy's business, Prissy Tomboy.
They sponsor events and clinics around the southeast for girls and young women, inspiring them to try new sports and encouraging them to see strength and athleticism ...
Anyone going to the south east of America must go to Charleston! Charleston feels surreal as this southern gem offers amazing seafood , friendly bars, beautifully housed streets, gripping history and hospitable southerners. We arrived in the evening and after dumping our stuff in our well located hostel we headed out in the hunt for a place to eat. It was about 10PM so most places had ...
... loop, and this one went through the Medical precinct, so it was full of local people off to their various clinics - the halt, the lame and the blind, they were all there. We ended up back at the City Markets so we could go to the Noisy Oyster Restaurant to try the local speciality of crab cakes. I wasn't overwhelmed by them. Americans have a habit of chopping ingredients up and mixing them with ...
... by the city hall was Washington Square built to honor our first President, George Washington who had made several trips to the city.
Our walk would take us down toward the southern point of the city to the White Point gardens. Walking thru the garden with its magnificent trees that formed a canopy that seemed to shelter and protect the entire gardens, we enter the very southern shoreline called The Battery. From here we could look out across the harbor to Ft. Sumpter. ...