Quality Inn Coliseum
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... says there is room...hmmm!
I have to say it again this man of mine can drive a boat wow, he masterfully pulled us out of a tight squeeze on the dock and then docked us I between 2 mega yachts at the City Marina in Charleston! The day of cruising was slow along the intercostal, there were several real shallow areas so we had to hold up for high tide. I packed and napped this cold of mine has hit me hard yuck!
Things we saw, we went past Cape ...
... Compensation offered was very fair. We chose to continue. Twenty-three people opted to continue the journey. Here we are in North Charleston at the Crown Plaza Hotel. Lovely accommodations right across the street from some factory outlets stores. David wanted to find a liquor store so we headed out and only made one wrong turn (you should always follow your first instincts) On the ...
I'm typing this from the third floor piazza of the Palmer House, also known as The Pink Palace, a bed & breakfast in Charleston built in 1848 by John Ravenel. John's son, Dr. St. Julian Ravenel, designed the "Little David," a semi-submersible steam powered torpedo boat which was a forerunner to the submarine. There is a model of a Little David in the parlor. This house is located on the Battery, which is faces Charleston Harbor. I can ...
I'm most excited about completely immersing myself in the culture! I feel like once I get there, and I start becoming more comfortable in a new environment, I'm going to have the best time! I think at first it is going to be difficult, maybe communicating or missing home, but ...
... Thing. I was truly honored to learn I was visiting the exact site upon which Adrienne Barbeau, the co-star of Swamp Thing, bared her boobies on film, an indelible image that seared itself onto my 14-year-old mind and remains with me to this day.
We walked the extensive mile-plus long garden trail, toured the plantation house, visited the original slave quarters and, generally, did what we could to prevent the rain from ruining our outing.
I discovered and ...