Econo Lodge Charleston
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Our port was Charleston. We docked around 7.30am. We heard it quite clearly as we have a cabin right at the back down on Deck 4 so when the thrusters are on to come into port you can hear them pretty clearly in our cabin. But we were already awake – I'd ordered our coffee for 7am.
We got ourselves organized and off up to the Lido buffet for a spot of breakfast then got our bits and pieces together and headed ashore. ...
... through a few drizzles but not enough to stop our activities. But that evening the rain returned to soak the world, and specifically, our campsite once again.
Saturday we returned to Charleston to take a ferry tour to Fort Sumter. It is noteworthy to see and experience because it is where the Civil War began.
"On April 12, 1861 southern forces fired the opening shot of the Civil War on federally occupied ...
Feb. 26- April 7 People, people, people, people, people! They may have been missing in most all of our other photos for the last 10 months, but you will surely see them in these photos. Lots and lots of them. They may be unfamiliar to you, but rest assured these are people we know and love and carry in our hearts wherever we go. When we arrived in Baton Rouge, Louisiana we saw our first familiar faces since we left Graham and Merri in Anchorage, AK. And from Baton Rouge on, the hugs ...
... Small World Moment - Kate and Chris went to the grocery store and met a gentleman who asked: "I noticed your license plate, are you from North Bay, Ontario"? Kate responded, "yes". The gentleman smiled and said "I travel up there to go fishing at Chaudiere Lodge on the French River." The world got even smaller when the kids told them about our cottage on the French. I love "small world" stories.
... wagon wheels'..to bring home.
Dinner at Hymans a big line-up outside but a table for 2 seems a rare request(most are large groups) HUSHPUPPIES, catfish,collards greens, cole slaw!
Saturday....we start with a carriage ..is it still a caleche if it's pulled by mules?....ride in the historic district ..mules apparently handle the heat of SC better than horses..and are more even tempered..
lunch at low country bistro..crab ...