Country Inn & Suites North Charleston
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... here in Charleston as both Trace and I were. So we walked half of the city in the blazing heat and humidity. We think it was around 40*c each day and we can honestly say we were HOT!! I've only now had a conversion lesson of Fahrenheit to Celsius from JA so thanks Dad, I'll pay more attention to the weather now that I can work it out, you'd think I would already have had an APP for it!!! I could absolutely live in Charleston, it's ...
... It tasted really good. A bit sour but not lime a fresh lingon berry. As the entrée I and the boys chose the Chateaubriand as it is such a good cut of meat and we presumed the quality would be excellent which it also was. Served with a gravy which wasn't hot enough and interesting beet root and something else I cant remember. No potatoes though which would have been nice. A huge bit (2 in fact) of meat to eat basically on its own. ...
... was immediately claustrophobic, but I kept telling this was big! She should try going on a submarine...To her credit she climbed right down about 5 or 6 levels right down into the engine room. I find all this stuff fascinating, heavy machinery and so on, but of course it's a boy thing. I took pity of her quickly and went up to check out the flight deck to get some open air. It was right on sunset, so we both enjoyed a good long walk from one end to the other. ...
... amazingly beautiful, but hot still at the end of August. Would be perfect in the fall and winter.
Started our day at Drayton Hall. In our excitement to get to our first plantation, we sped past the guard gate. Unfortunately, we were caught and had to pay! Signed up with Friends of the National Historic Trust. We must really like history... Nah, we got a free low country rice spoon. The estate was built in 1738 and has ...
... and has been around since the 1700's. The entry to Boone Hall is magnificent with two rows of Oak trees lining the way. The Oak trees were planted in the mid-1700's and provide something really special when you drive in. My dream home would have such an entrance.
Boone Hall has been the backdrop to several movies, including North & South starring Patrick Swayze and The Notebook, one of my all time fav ...