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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... sign announced that we were now in South Carolina. The road was narrow and tree lined and not in that great of shape. I hoped it wouldn’t be like this the whole 100 or so miles we had to travel. It wasn’t, and soon gave way to a much smoother road. At some points it was four lanes and we passed through a few small towns. These towns were no doubt on the main north south route at some point before I-95 was built. I like driving ...
... is perfectly suited to this crop. Slaves cleared the land, dug the irrigation canals and built the levees necessary to bring in fresh water to flood the fields when necessary. After the civil war and the end of slavery there was no one to do the hard work the slaves had done, no one suited with the knowledge the slaves had had in growing rice, no one able to endure the heat and humidity and no one resistant to malaria and other diseases that were prevalent ...
... It was time to kick off Carrie's heels and get back on those walking shoes. We all waddled to the car with her carry-on and travelled back to Edisto. It was 10:15. We knew she would probably have a nap in the car and she would not know where the hell she was going. We were right. We were back by 11:30, in our Jammie's and after more birthday card greetings, some night, night conversation we all closed our eyes.
We say now that we are even with our surprises. ...
... service was ready to take us into town for a day of exploring. We arrived at the Visitors Center, grabbed a map and some brochures and headed on foot to start our exploration. First we took a stroll down King Street, which is adorned with shops. Lots of them. So of course we helped support the cause and did a little shopping too.
Our next goal was to do the Carriage Ride through ...
... where to stop for breakfast so we drove right in to town choosing instead to find a parking place and then find food. We drove past beautiful old buildings and houses that were well maintained and used by the College of Charleston.
We chose to start our exploration of Charleston in the heart of the old French Quarter and historic business district and found street parking right in front of the Powder Storage Building, where there were 29 little ...