Extended Stay America - Charleston - Airport
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Today, we drove into the center of Charleston to take a Grey Line city tour to get some background of the area. It took us some time and some walking to find the visitor's center, but we prevailed and got on the tour leaving in 15 minutes. The tour was just 90 minutes, but we saw lots of neat old buildings and learned lots of stuff. The real impressive thing that is going ...
We get through come hell or high water. First tip: don't use google for directions. We passed through 3 serious storms to get here. When we arrived in charleston, the storm had pretty much passed but there was serious flooding on the downtown streets. Someone said their storm drain systems can't handle a deluge of water. So it is light rain and overcast. We took a free trolley down to the city market and wandered around then walked back. I now have blisters on ...
... the way were some beautiful period homes such as Nathaniel Russell House and Calhoun Mansion. The whole streetscape feels like you are transformed into an early era and the architecture and well kept gardens are beautiful.
The walk from Battery Park around the Waterfront Park contained more historic homes and sites of interest. One gorgeous streetscape is called Rainbow Row and contains a variety of period homes, all of different pastel ...
... show family solidarity and pretend to be interested so that she can secretly admire these wonderful feats of human endeavour and design, without the world observing the ecstatic moments she has when in their presence. So, I enthused about the genius involved in the construction of this long earth dam with an impressive series of concrete spillways to cope with the regular floods of the Savannah River. The flooding problem for downstream towns like Augusta ...
... discovered after my longest Greyound leg, a lovely 19 hour bus trip from Memphis, crossing five states (Tenessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and then South Carolina). I arrived to the bus station being a million miles, well it felt like it, away from downtown and the rain bucketing down, so I cabbed it in to have two lovely surprises. One being the hostel felt like a home away from home and the next my new found friend from Philadelphia, Laura, was there as well.