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, ...
It's a gray and drizzly day in Mills River. We had another great sleep on the comfy beds and ultra silky sheets at Tiffany's....then downstairs to breakfast. Toddy we had scrambled eggs with grits and sausage after fresh pineapple with rum sauce and then a cinnamon apple bread pudding. We'd said our goodbyes to,Selena, and Pam and Simon and the other guests and off into the drizzle we went.. First stop after about 1 hour was Greenville SC, where stopped for coffee at the Spilled ...
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Boat is at Ross marine for repairs. Props will be tuned first at Oswald prop repair. The next step will be the bottom paint, and new zincs. Then the Props will be replaced and the transmission will be repaired. then the boat will be ready for our upcoming adventure ...
... you a different angle on the town, and puts the landscape into perspective. We went out to Fort Sumpter where the bombardment started in the civil war, then around the bay and and back, with the decent stories by the captain all the way. My favourite were the pirate ones. A mighty good yarrrrn... Charleston was where old Blackbeard used to raid and plunder.
Thanks again for reading. Onwards to the Smokey Mountains of North Carolina next... Stay tuned.