Courtyard by Marriott Charleston-Mount Pleasant
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... the four of us were very happy with the visit. On the rating I would give it 4/5 . Less than five because of the long wait, due to not enough booths and the cumbersome finger scanning, which could have been shortened. For Patrick it was full score and the best day he had experienced in the US. So that was nice for us to hear. He had really enjoyed his time on his own too. Away from 'disapproving ' eyes he could indulge and buy all the things he had read about in the books such ...
Today we decided to go to the swamp as the weather wasn't going to be too hot - well if you call 90F cool!
The swamp is located at Magnolia Plantation near Charleston and was about an hour from our hotel. It was a pleasant drive and we arrived about 9:00am. It was $15 for general entry then you pay $8 for each option such as the house tour, wildlife tram, boat tour, swamp etc. So we paid just for the swamp to start with.
The swamp was a ten minute walk from ...
... tourists doing the exact same! I daydreamed looking up at the porches, or piazzas, and soaked in the sunshine. Perfect afternoon.
My last morning in Charleston dawned a lovely sunny day where Laura kindly offered to take me with her to Boone Hall Plantation. This plantation started in 1681 and has passed through a few families each adding their own unique history to the place. The current building is the fourth mansion (two going to fire and the last torn down in ...
... way to reach the fort is by booking passage on a cruise that departs three times a day from the National Park Service pier. Because the first portion of the half-hour cruise rides along the Ashley River, it’s pretty smooth sailing, but once you get further out into Charleston Harbor and near the Atlantic Ocean, the waves pick up and the ride gets a little wobbly. Michelle, who is notorious for easily becoming motion sick, held ...