Embassy Suites Charleston - Historic Charleston
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... Day 3: We had a lazy day of internet catchups, sunbathing, eating what was left in the fridge and watching the All Blacks play England (rugby).
We found a cozy corner of a picnic area and parked up for the day. Cooked dinner on our portable cooker, we even showered at the back of the van with our solo shower - true campers. As we were leaving and driving to walmart we had two deer run out in front of us, luckily we were going slow enough to stop. Just another day in America. ...
We drove from Savannah, Georgia to Charleston, South Carolina today.
Charleston, bordered by the Ashley and Cooper Rivers, was founded by English settlers in 1670 and grew quite wealthy by the mid-eighteenth century from rice and cotton. The first shot of the Civil War range out in 1861 at Fort Sumter. Natural disasters have impacted Charleston from the 1886 Earthquake, damaging ...
... a huge pastry case, and I knew we were in my kind of joint. It was southern cuisine that included shopping shelves and refrigeration units that had a diversity of all things Mediterranean including San Marzano sauces, Greek, and Turkish delights. Hhhmmm, I miss being a foodie. That morning I had exactly what I had been dreaming of - shrimp and grits. This trip was starting off really well.
From breakfast we headed to the site that started it ...
... after the hurricane and has grown in population, reaching an estimated 124,593 residents in 2009.
We arrived on a warm fall day that was a relief from the cold weather that we had experienced in most of the North East areas of our cruise. Today instead of layering of clothing we would wear only a single layer of clothing and enjoy the warm of this bright day that welcomed us to the city of Charleston. A high layer of clouds filter the intensity of the sun while allowing much ...
... day we have headed out in a different direction and today we drove over to the fishing hamlet of Mount Pleasant and Isle of Palms, to explore Fort Moultrie, scene of the first shots fired in the Civil War.. The bunkers below ground were also the sight of command post for WW2.…still in the condition it was operating in during their preparation for any invasion .
A sobering reminder of the memories of this area.
Shem Creek is also on ...
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