Days Inn Charleston - Airport Coliseum
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... worried that the ride would be too much for it. John, became more and more desperate and as we were literally at the front and ready to 'board' the ride he took off out through an exit door and we didn't see him until later. Inside the castle it was great and Andreas and Patrick tried to fill me in on things we saw. Really well done and i did recognise things from the one Harry Potter movie i can remember having seen. The portraits hanging on the walls with moving people inside for ...
... it is feautured in the travel shows and travel magazines. very beautiful old city,(see photos). and fun market place, where we saw folks making sweet grass baskets.
went to folly beach, kinda of funky, surfer , party type vibe. beach on sullivans island, beach on kiawah island, which was beautiful, but much more upscale vibe, edisto beach won for the best shelling, thanks to julie and sheila for telling us ...
Down by the Riverside....... Today can be summed up with Plantation melodies. A super awesome bucket listed day....visit a working plantation in the south and hear gospel music at night in a historical church. The visit to the Boone Hall plantation was very, very good. A 10/10 or more, if I could give bonus points! Spanning four centuries this plantation is America's oldest working plantation. Once known for cotton, pecans and indigo, the cash crops are now heirloom vegetables ...
As we went through the town of Charlston, South Carolina we came across a very big aircraft carrier called the USS Yorktown. Yorktown itself is a battlefield from the War of Independence where England was fighting against the English colonists who were fed up with the British King and taxes and lack of the vote. The aircraft carrier was from World War II and is now a super-duper-duper museum. This ship was built at the end ...
... we have noticed since arriving in the US is that my sense of direction, which is normally non-existent, has improved dramatically and Dave's, which is normally excellent, has deteriorated dramatically. We figure it must be something to do with the hemisphere you are born in (or grew up in), but it is very noticeable and quite humorous.
Tomorrow we hope to have a bit more of a look around Charleston before heading off to Wilmington to catch up with Marie-Claire and Hal.