Courtyard by Marriott Charleston-Mount Pleasant
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... I have to quote Rod, "even the thought of chocolate and ice cream isn't appealing now"! We tried to walk off some of our dinner while looking at the beautiful buildings, strolling on the cobblestone streets and searching for the oldest grave marker in the historical cemeteries of Charleston. Tonights activities will be a good introduction for tomorrows historical walking tour and carriage ride. Our night ended with the sound of Charleston Concert in the Circular Congregational ...
... t the most popular on the tour because there was no way I was going to lead OR be at the back!! If you were in my way to get into a safe position, you weren't any more and it wasn't the ghosts!
Finished the tour and back to camp for a nightcap and bed. Again, there was a lot of rain, but we've been lucky that when we've been out and about it has stopped. We have yet to open an umbrella. Good thing cause we haven't found ours yet!!!!
... of pulled pork tacos amd sweet potato salad on a wooden veranda overlooking the market, then drove out to Sullivans Island to see what we could see and we stumbled upon a most fabulous, deserted, beach. Miles of white sand and we had the place to ourselves. A perfect way to end our day exploring Charleston.
This place has character in abundance and a lovely relaxed, timeless charming ambience.
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