Country Inn & Suites North Charleston
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... ok. He objected to the host who wanted us to clap, agree we had a great time and answer his questions relating to where we came from. I agreed with Andreas. I don't like it either when the audience has to be jollied along and made to participate! Overall a great first half day at sea and the leaving at the port a memory . Great to see these enormous liners glide out if port and our ship used its horn and people waved from hotel balconies facing the ocean. Pretty ...
... and the excitement of the dolphins, there was something else special about this place.....it was very subtle, very easy to miss. But there was something quieter, slower, something that spoke to me less of the elegant, elite South, and more of the everyday man working on and with the land and the sea, becoming a
part of it. The shrimp boats cleaning up for the day, the sea gulls circling around the boats, the marshlands stretching far and wide on one side of ...
... First we walked down King Street to do some window shopping. Next we walked to the open air market. I really wanted to buy a sweetgrass basket until I saw how much they cost. Wow! Too much for me! From the market we stopped at a small cafe and had some lunch, then walked back to the B & B to get the car. Danny had to see The Citadel up close so we went there ...
... there are many old historic houses from the American revolution time period. Most of them were medical buildings for wounded soldiers and now privately owned. They must be worth $Millions.
After seeing the houses, we drove to Charleston. Here we are staying at the Ansonborough Inn.
http://www.ansonboroughinn.com. It used to be an old paper holding ...
... diet. Only an hour had passed before we heard a rumble of thunder and took a look behind to see some approaching black clouds. This was a pretty short sharp shower although we got a bit soaked as we ran for shelter in our car.
Despite it being such a nice place we needed to head further up the coast. Rich took up the driving as we headed for Savannah, Georgia and the chance to cross our first state line and ...
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