Comfort Suites West of the Ashley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... off' car carrying ship. BMW's are built here and exported all over the world, they say Volvo is going to start a plant here as well. We cruise near the Ravenel Bridge, a 4.7km cable bridge built in 2005. Check out the Aquarium when we come ashore and then the City Markets (lots of baskets ware made by the Black Americans) they are also selling this on the sides of the street - and we take in the Museum which is on top of the markets. It's a big walking day, ...
... on site, in a big old Oak tree about 15 feet in the air, cremated first of course. After the house we have half an hour or so before the coach leaves, onto our third hotel of the tour. The Holiday Inn Riverside Charlston. Completely round and 14 floors, this time we in room 902. On arrival we have a complementary drink and a cookie, although neither of us have the cookie as we are still pretty full and don't want to spoil dinner. It's a quick turnaround this evening, ...
Lunch was provided in a large pavilion on the property---an impressive buffet of Southern fare like corn pudding, hoppin' John, fried chicken, corn bread and pecan pie.
The afternoon field trip was to Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, also established along the Ashley and built by Thomas Drayton, 1679, and later inherited by John Drayton, rector of the ...
... more than 40 years of service to community, state, and nation. He is now referred to as our "Forgotten Forefather".
Fort Moultrie National Monument, Sullivans Island, South Carolina. Fort Moultrie actually has a longer history than its counterpart in the middle of Charleston Harbor, Fort Sumpter. In its 171-year history, Fort Moultrie has defended Charleston Harbor twice. The first time, June 28, 1776, during the ...
... SOB was "the place to live" (if you drove a Porsche, Mercedes or Jaguar - apparently)
Of course I, being of sound Real Estate mind and body, had to ask about the current market values in these areas, to which our Carriage Ride Guide informed us that the current average selling price of these homes is $502 PER SQUARE FOOT. She stated nothing was priced under 1 million and some of ...