Embassy Suites Charleston - Historic Charleston
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This was our wakeup call at 7:30 am.
Travel day! Caught up with great friends this morning at Cracker Barrel…thanks Lassere family…you guys rock! Please come visit! Then headed south. Stopped by "Pedro's South of the Border" because it is there…after four ice cream cones and a lot of hand sanitizer, we were back on the road. Arrived in Charleston and had a nice night …
... 8217;t booked any ships excursions as my research had shown that we could see a fair bit on our own. We wandered round the market area and checked out all the stalls – some pretty neat stuff – but I restrained myself!
Then we booked ourselves onto one of the horse drawn carriage tours. It was excellent value and considerably cheaper than all the ships options. It’s all very well organized and they ...
... 35 hours later the Union surrendered to the Confederates. They occupied the fort for nearly 4 years."
It is another gray day with about 15 minutes of sunshine so my mood was subdued with an attitude of "been there, done that" but it was rich in history. The tour allowed for an hour at the fort on your own to explore what you wanted. It has been well preserved with a museum constructed on site to educate the ...
... haven't stopped. A wonderful thing. A thing to be missed on a long journey such as ours. Reunions are bliss. Having said that, we readily admit that this portion of our trip does not come without some need for adjustment. Some awkward feelings. Even some yearning for what we had, and now miss. With friends and family comes civilization. The cities. The rooms, the walls, the houses, the neighborhoods. Places we haven't spent much time in the past 10 months. Dare I say we have ...