Extended Stay America - Charleston - North Charleston
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Good morning up early with my cold and was happy to see a gorgeous sunrise so pretty. I will miss waking up on the water but it's time for this salty 1st Mate to head home!
Bryan will stay back and organize getting the boat cleaned and stored until November. He will be fine moving the boat on his own the dock hands here are excellent once he's away from the dock he'll use the sky hook feature so he can ...
... the visa, go through passport control and customs. Over an hour. But on the other side things went smoother with a well organised taxi service. Taxi to Sanur took the best part of a half hour and cost about $20. Huge room to say the least, overlooking a nice garden and pool but the place quite sterile and with that i mean you could have been almost anywhere. However, only the one night and at that a very late arrival. Slept ...
... the four of us were very happy with the visit. On the rating I would give it 4/5 . Less than five because of the long wait, due to not enough booths and the cumbersome finger scanning, which could have been shortened. For Patrick it was full score and the best day he had experienced in the US. So that was nice for us to hear. He had really enjoyed his time on his own too. Away from 'disapproving ' eyes he could indulge and buy all the things he had read about in the books such ...
... port in the colonies, after Boston, New York, and Philadelphia; with a population of 11,000—slightly more than half of them slaves.
By the start of the Revolutionary War, Charles Towne was a prize sought after by the British Forces. Twice they attacked the city with no success. They had hoped that Loyalist would join in on the attacks and help them succeed in their plans. But this did not happen. Fort Sullivan was constructed to protect the city from British ...
... I have to quote Rod, "even the thought of chocolate and ice cream isn't appealing now"! We tried to walk off some of our dinner while looking at the beautiful buildings, strolling on the cobblestone streets and searching for the oldest grave marker in the historical cemeteries of Charleston. Tonights activities will be a good introduction for tomorrows historical walking tour and carriage ride. Our night ended with the sound of Charleston Concert in the Circular Congregational ...