Extended Stay America - Charleston - North Charleston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Northbound, McClellansville SC,
Hot breakfast while underway. Beautiful cold but sunny morning. We topped of our stay at
Isle of Palms marina with Jane and Bob Fulton aboard S/V Voyageur. These charming sailors were tied up in front of us & knocked on our door with invite. I am continually amazed at the wonderful people/sailors we have met and spent time with. Drew is a wealth of information in boats ...
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... to read and write, boys went their way and John spent time in the library. One more session in the gym. I did an hour of cardio and weights which was really good. Not too many people now either. Dinner was a formal affair and we had special bookings in the Canaletto, an Italian restaurant attached to le Cirque. Very fancy food and delicious. Same wonderful silver service and same slow pace. Really, really good. We had antipasto, I had a sea food bisque ...
... was delicious. the seafood and the local dishes were great.
the last day here, we went to sullivans island. randi got a novel on the kindle called sullivans island, so we had to go see where everything took place. and we ate at poe's tavern. yep, old edgar himself was serving time at moultrine fort and he would come up to the tavern and was inspired to write a short story called the golden bug (i think).
... the Low-country in South Carolina. She sang, talked about how the slaves coped with their circumstances and had us with our eyes glued to her the whole time! The fancy house in the background may look familiar as it has been featured many movies, the Notebook and the North and the South to name only two. The current plantation house, built in 1936 by Canadian Ambassador Thomas A. Stone, sits on the site of the original plantation home. We were able to go inside for a look. We ...