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... receive a free horse drawn carriage ride tour of the old city of Charleston, a free tour of the former slave plantation at Magnolia Gardens, a free tour of Fort Sumter where the civil war began and a $25 dinner gift certificate - a total of $125 in free tourist gifts – but not until we listened to a 120 minute sales pitch to purchase a time share membership. We normally never succumb to free gifts. But this guy was really ...
... top of the chart. We looked and looked for a good hotel deal, but it just didn't happen. There was nothing under $350 per night downtown. We ended up staying in somebody's house again, like New Orleans. This time we got the whole house to ourselves though, not just a room. It has become common in the States for people to make some extra money renting out their place on a website called Airbnb. This time it was a bit odd to get her own house. I mean, she had food ...
... bars (bar hopping), we have been to the beach and played in the Atlantic Ocean. Today some of us went to an African dance class (five drummers to keep the beat) and tried to swing our hips with the best of them! Later on we are cooking a meal together and then dancing the night away in the bars again... I feel incredibly content and very humbled to be sharing my time with a group of people who have clicked together in a unique way. We differ in age, culture, nationality, ...
... have found hotels at a reasonable price WHILE we were driving, found restaurants, etc......it would have been impossible and so much more stressful. Sara has been a great navigator on the trip.
So we haven't figured out what we will do tomorrow. But we are learning to be flexible with whatever comes our way, and grateful for how things usually turn out just fine, even if they turn out different than what we had planned and envisioned. So stay tuned!
... brightly coloured colonial homes. Plenty of Kodak moments in Charleston. We then headed to the camp site to set it all up, and tour leader Liz got the van stuck in the mud. After the van had been saved and a quick dinner it was back into Charleston for a night time ghost tour...yup. Absolutely hilarious! Was taken super serious by the American tourists, and a few if the girls in our group got carried away too! Not a great tour, but the entertainment value was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services