Comfort Inn Downtown Charleston
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... Peninsula Charleston is where we had elected to base ourselves to be close to the Downtown action without the need for a rental car. There’s an excellent, free bus and trolley service around the city which we made good use of.
It’s been a while since we ’walked our feet off’, so a tour of the city remedied that! Fortunately a sea breeze helped take the edge off the high temps and strong sun. Starting with a visit to a craft and farmers’ market in ...
To everyone… Happy Memorial Day! A big thank you to all of our friends and family who have served our great nation. I'll start with a little history of what we now call Memorial Day. It was originally known as Decoration Day after the American Civil War. Some stories say that it began right here in Charleston, as a way in which to honor the war dead. Nearly 10,000 people, mostly freedmen, gathered on May 1 to commemorate the war dead. ...
... oval rooms, beautiful doors and to top it all, a free-flying staircase like we'd never seen before!
After a little down time at the hotel, we ended up at Toast just a block or two from the hotel. We weren't very hungry but there was a concert to ...
There are so many things happening around here I am going to have to find some time to tell you all about it but the best news is Nia taught Ruby how to swim without those swimmies yesterday! For miles around screams of excitement could be heard by all.
Prior to this they went to the Edisto State Park, an oceanfront campground on a palmetto lined beach famed for its shelling. It was here that Nia ...
... could quite figure out how these standing houses were reinforced. The driver also pointed out the door that led to the porches. It seems that when the door was opened the house was open to visitors but when it was closed they were not receiving company. Ah, the days of old when people just dropped in.
After the ride we had reservations for dinner at Magnolia’s. We looked rather like the ragamuffins ...