Extended Stay America - Charleston - North Charleston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... provided an excellent launching point for several day trips allowing us to explore the flora and fauna of this amazing area.
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Casey & Jim
... state to tick off the list. I had organised my couch surfing host, and was greeted at the train station by James. He was black and I knew he was gay before I met him, because he only hosted male couch surfers, but figured he'd be understanding when I told him I was straight.
He picked me up in his convertible and took me to his, where he was prompt to feed me alcohol and then took me out to town to show me some sights.
One cool thing about Savannah, is that it is one ...
... I asked "where's Mama"? We decided to stop for lunch at the restaurant on the plantation. There's something about outdoor dining and white table cloths! Lunch was wonderful. We sat listening to the peacocks calling in the distance until there was a loud call from very near. One of them decided to join us for lunch. Tonight we wandered South Battery. it is an area on the waterfront with many beautiful stately ...
... Shem Creek for lunch and it was easier with the car at the Visitor’s Center.
The City Tour was 2 hours long and included the Battery and a stop at the “pink” historic home, The Palmer House overlooking Fort Sumter. It was a strangely painted house as though it were in the middle of re-painting. There were two shades of “pink”. The Palmer House is also a B&B as well and as we entered the house I thought I ...
... of the year there is nothing much in bloom. Spanish Moss (grandfather's beard) hangs from the live oaks and creates a wonderful atmosphere. Also visited their Audubon Swamp Garden, which has Tupelo Trees and cypress growing in the water. There were lots of birds - heron, ibis, ducks, eagles, woodpeckers, redwinged blackbirds, and I was very excited to see a lot of cardinals, which are one of my favourite ...