Comfort Inn & Suites Airport Convention Center
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Good morning my last day on the water. I leave from Charleston tomorrow morning. We have 60 miles today which is around 5 hours depending on how calm the water is. They changed the forecast darn so now we may hit some thunder showers and rain right now it is sunny with clouds so we will see.
I have unfortunately woke up with Bryan's cold :-( I hope. I don't get it too bad. We are boxed in on the dock it will be very interesting getting out of here this morning, ...
... we learnt so muchabout slavery and what it was lie to bea sleve on Boone Hall. Her passionate performance literally brought tears to my eyes. She spoke about the removal of children, howthey were called by a bell toatrough to be fed and had to leave at the sound of a second bel to allowthenext row ofslaves to eatas fastastheycould bfore the bell chimed for them to leave room for next lot of slaves etc, how they made upsongs incomprehensible to the white masters ...
... up and down the edge of the river and I think that may have discouraged the dolphins from doing their thing. No matter, it was still a fun excursion and a great way to see more of the beach.
By the time we arrived back at the parking lot, we were bushed! It was SO hot, and we had been outside ALL day--from 10:30am-4:30pm! We came straight back to the hotel and enjoyed nice, cool showers! That brought us back to life, and we headed downtown ...
... attack methods. The pilots of these planes must have believed in the cause to fly suicide missions like this. Seeing the aircraft was also really cool. There were lots of different models.
After Patriots point we headed to a nearby Plantation house. We visited a couple of these in New Orleans in 2011 so it was going to be good to see another one. This one was called Boone Hall. It is one of America's oldest ...
... District, currently functions as a museum, and is home to the oldest landscaped gardens in the United States.
Read more at: https://www.middletonplace.org.
On the plantation, there were lots of horses, chickens, goats, cats, peacocks and other exotic farm animals. There were people giving tours, making pottery, and tending to the animals. We took a short walking tour and saw an alligator, ...