Extended Stay America - Charleston - Mt. Pleasant
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... Lots to choose from. Due to health concerns we are being served absolutely everything for the first 48 hours which is pretty annoying as I prefer to choose my own portion sizes. This way service was slower and you didnt really get what you wanted at all times. But hygiene crucial and I assume this way stops germs from spreading. We could have had an Indonesian afternoon tea but decided against it. Too much food as it was and instead we all retired. I went to ...
... beach, and off to seaport harbor, were we ate more seafood. speaking of food. we went to one of the diners from the food show diners,drive in's and dives, where we had pecan crusted fried chicken and waffles and fried green tomatoes, shrimp and grits, butter beans. local cousine , had enough of it. looking forward to a week of salads! randi does not quite agree. the local food was fantastic. it was not all fried ...
... fruit. Listed on the National register of historic places, the nine original slave cabins contain pre-recorded presentations about different periods in black history. The slave street and history talk began at the Avenue of Oaks (250 year old trees) These trees inspired the film Gone with the Wind. The highlight of the visit to the plantation was definitely exploring the Gullah culture! This was a 35 minute live presentation by a dynamic black woman that told of the life of the ...
... then headed over to Fort Moultrie (3 more stamps today!!) which served as a defense for Charleston harbor during the Revolutionary War, Civil War, and World War II. Sadly we didn't have time to make it across the harbor to its more well known partner, Fort Sumter, but we got some glimpses of it from the beach on Sullivan's Island. Sullivan's Island must be the beach destination of all of Charleston because everyone was there today! Yet ...