Extended Stay America - Charleston - North Charleston
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... the food, the music. Gullah is the slave language...a sort of English/Caribbean/African patois that *is* English, but no White American can understand. When slaves spoke Gullah, then they were probably talking about their white masters. Funnily enough, when I had tea with Miss Debra, who can trace her ancestry back to the late 18th century when her ancestors came to Charleston on a slave ship, I ...
... none;">Fort Sumter is a Third System masonry sea fort located in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina. The fort is best known as the site upon which the shots that started the American Civil War were fired, at the Battle of Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861.
We were docked by 6ish, then got showered and ready to head I to town. Found a nice wine bar The Social great food and we were home early out my cold to bed.
... We took a horse-drawn carriage tour through the city and then shopped the City Market. Established in the 1790s, the City Market is four blocks of open air buildings filled with all kinds of vendors: Lowcountry food, art, sweetgrass baskets, jewelry, and souvenirs. We had dinner at Poogan's Porch, another fabulous Charleston restaurant where I had Carolina shrimp and Donald had the rib eye (both excellent!). The days are hot and humid, ...
... most of the way. Nothing interesting to report there. About 70 miles out of Charleston, we turned onto Rt. 17 which brought us NE to the city. It was an unremarkable drive at first. We drove through about 40 miles of construction. It didn't slow us down much, but it had us weaving back and forth from the left side to the right, one-way over to two-way and back to one-way traffic, past piles of Carolina red ...
Much like yesterday, Tuesday dawned with a forecast calling for frequent rain showers and the kind of harsh humidity levels that literally suck the air out of your body when you go outside. I had planned to play a round of golf at a course with three finishing holes directly on Charleston Harbor today, but the hand Mother Nature dealt us forced me to change plans.
I decided that this morning we would visit the USS Yorktown aircraft carrier, which is now ...