Extended Stay America - Charleston - Northwoods Blvd.
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in the late 1700s. charleston and SC were important participants in the Revolutionary war and the Declaration of Independence. So then we walked down E Battery to E. bay and the Rainbow Row which are houses painted Pastel colors eg. Pink and purple and turquoise etc. it's part of the old French quarter which is really pretty....narrow alleys with window boxes and colonial homes in all sizes and shapes. After a coffee and a mint- lemonade we walked to ...
Boat is at Ross marine for repairs. Props will be tuned first at Oswald prop repair. The next step will be the bottom paint, and new zincs. Then the Props will be replaced and the transmission will be repaired. then the boat will be ready for our upcoming adventure ...
... has been rebuilt twice following fires and sacking and remains in the hands of the family. Interestingly the slaves on the property stayed after the Union forces burnt the property and acted as caretakers for no wage (the owners lost their money by investing in Confederate Bonds)! Finally we visited Middleton Place, an impressive mansion with world class surrounding ...
... before our dinner was outstanding. We had walked around Charleston quite a bit before dinner (trying to find a grocery store, etc. - found Harris Teeter), but then walked some more out to Waterfront Park where I dipped my feet in the fountain because by now they were starting to hurt! Charleston is beautiful, with old homes and moss in the trees.
Friday 7/5 - I went down to breakfast in the patio at the Kings Courtyard. A waitress was serving tables ...
... ve built raised walkway so we could walk through the heart of the swamp. There were plenty of alligators. To ensure viewing of them, they've built wooden islands in the middle of the swamps, which the alligators like to climb upon to sunbathe. They're big and quite scary. The swamp was great for photos although we hated the mosquitos.
For lunch we visited Bertha's Kitchen, recommended by our concierge as "THE" place to go for fried chicken. I had originally wanted to ...