DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Suites Charleston - Historic District
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... of Charleston established 1770 and The Citadel military college established 1842, the Arthur Ravenel Jr suspension bridge and into Mt Pleasant to the east of town.
Following a tour of the more modern grand homes on Sullivan’s Island we decamped for lunch at a great seafood shack on the Isle of Palms, a popular holiday resort area. Here we were treated to a rare sight of a spiral shaped cloud topped with a fan of rainbow colours, rounding off another excellent day.
... Uniform Monday Holiday Act, which moved four holidays, including Memorial Day, from their traditional dates to a specified Monday in order to create a convenient three-day weekend.
Whatever the history is, the objective for today is to remember and thank those men and women who died serving our country. For that, we must all be grateful. I know we are.
Well, we awoke to some cloudy skies and the sounds of a mockingbird singing ...
A maiden call in Charleston for both us and Queen Victoria today. We are not due in until 10am and we are late by the time we have docked and attached the air bridge so the commodore tells us we will leave an hour later at 5.30pm. We have booked a Gray Line tour online for 11.30, so when we get off at 10.45 we look for a taxi to take us there but there are none around. There are people offering carriage rides, and rickshaw style ...
... four piece jazz combo playing, featuring the trombone player. Unfortunately, in our opinion, the trombone player was a dud!
The following night the Charleston Music Hall was having a performance of the Charleston Jazz Orchestra which was a 20 piece Big Band group. They were featuring the music of Herbie Hancock and finishing up with his tune Watermelon Man.
We attended this concert, which was better than the previous night, but ...
... different varieties, try out the various lotions and soaps and, of course, spend some money buying yourself some products to take home! I also wandered back to the market area and found a store where you can sample all different flavors of peanuts. Probably not the store to go into if you have a nut allergy!
I thought I would spend the rest of my afternoon at the Aquarium and got on the trolley to go there. Unfortunately, the ...