Days Inn Charleston - Airport Coliseum
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Hall's history, we know of plantation life centuries ago. A couple of times I hung back and while alone in the empty rooms I wanted so badly to see a moment during the Drayton's day. We embraced her "Connections Tour" that overviews the connection of the slaves on the plantation to their native lands in West Africa. Millions, millions of Africans were brought over and enslaved. The African-American Cemetery is still in its original state and reveals ...
... Gardens....wow the mansions along the way were incredible. We talked with a contractor who had spent the past year renovating a house bought for 2 million and they had already spent over 1 million more on the renovations. He said the house was built on 3x3 ft brick posts about 6 ft deep and as they dug the water started to seep in.....low water table or what. The Battery is where the Condederate soldiers fired on their Union counterparts and where they ...
Our next adventure on El Nido will be in November Bryan needs to take her our of the US for a day so a quick trip I think he'll recruit a new first mate for that one, it's a busy time of year for Mrs. Claus.
After that we will spend time in the winter down in Florida and. Bahamas :-)
I took a picture tonight from our deck in Calgary another lovely sunset but no waves :-)
... because they we all burned during the war but the plantations themselves go back much farther. The garden was very large with two small lakes. It was not in bloom but beautiful anyway. The plantation sits on the Ashley River.
The weather for the next two days is suppose to be raining with periods of thunder so we will just be sitting it out.
... the free vouchers the first tour I chose was to go onboard an Navy Aircraft carrier from WWII called the USS Yorktown which sits moored over the other side of the harbour. I've always wanted to go on a massive Aircraft carrier, since I worked at the Navy dockyards about 15 years ago now. Amazing it has been that long. The memories came flooding back as soon as I got onboard and started navigating the grey passageways, and climbing up and down ladders.