Extended Stay America - Charleston - Mt. Pleasant
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... on. We head to Folly Beach, en route home for dinner to a restaurant our kids discovered, The Wild Olive, which we enjoyed very much. Robert kept me company in the front seat on the way home. We watch for deer, possum and any other night crawlers. It is a quiet night. It is a very straight, long road back.
On arrival home we listen and sing along to Robert's music, playing Euchre. There are more lights now on the beach. We look for Leo and Libra in the sky.
... happen? I'll be a complete disaster, won't be able to stand up on the board, will fall right off if I do get up, will look ridiculous. So what! I've never been invited to paddle board before, may never get a chance to try it again...let's go!
We head out to the beach with my faithful expedition photographer documenting every step of the way. Tracey is a wonderful teacher and before I know ...
Before gracing the dance floor of Charleston's Old Exchange, the Birmingham regiment initiated a surprise flank on the Southend Brewery and Smokehouse. The previous night Alpha Kappa had been informed of a certain cotton merchant who had taken his own life on the third floor of the Wagener Building on East Bay Street. Formerly a cotton warehouse, the Wagener Building had been transformed into a local eatery and brew house. However, ...
... and the architecture has English, Spanish, French and African influences, with adaption to the warm climate. Lovely deep verandahs, shutters and bright colours.The first shots of the Civil War were fired here. Charleston is known as America's most friendly city, and the most polite. Although the trolley bus driver wasn't too polite when we hailed her from a non regulation bus stop.
Our first stop was the City Market, four ...
... plantations. We had previously been to the Point of No Return on Ill de Gorgee where thousands of black humans were enslaved and shipped across the Atlantic Ocean to eventually end up in smaller slave markets like this one here in Charleston. Here in the neighborhood of beauty that was old southern homes, stood an innocent looking reminder of our dark past.
Walking back into town we passed a water fountain that was unremarkable except that it was located in the ...