DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Suites Charleston Airport
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There really isn't much to say about Charleston. I was only there for two days but from what I saw, it looked like it could be fun. I went to Wet Willy’s on Saturday night. Boy, what an experience that was. It was wild and out of control and unfortunately ended with having to see my friend’s dinner on the table top. Let’s just say …
... to the Battery area. So much renovation of amazing stately homes. Saw bumper sticker, Gut Fish, not Houses.
From Bay St. we could see Fort Sumter way in the distance. We passed on the shuttle boat to take us out there, but we visited the Museum. So much history.
Tomorrow we plan to make the 15 minute drive to Folly Beach, hoping to capture a Pat Conroy feeling.
... for a visit, and colour is coming to the gardens with camelias about to bloom and the cnfederate rose - with flowers that start white and turn a light then dark pink as their blooms mature and then fade, as if the blood of dead conferate (southern) soldiers fertilises them. Egrets and the blue Heron hover close and the swamps are nisy at times with ducks, butterflies, birds and activity. Quite a paradise without the insects and heat of summer.
Tomorrow to Savannah!
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Content (though grudgingly so), we headed to the nearby ferry building to begin our tour of historic Fort Sumter – the place where the first shots of the Civil War were fired. Compared to Fort Pulaski, this fort was actually a bit less impressive to us. It’s walls stood much shorter, having suffered much more artillery damage during the war, and an imposing cement building (built much later during the Spanish-American War) stood ...
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