Extended Stay America - Charleston - Northwoods Blvd.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... local police stop us!!! we did not have a wake but they thought we should have been idealist through OMG ....so a cash ticket our first speeding ticket hehe. We saw them stopping others too I think they needed their quota!
We passed Fort Sumpter very cool...interesting if you have forgotten from school:
Another fun day in Charleston. We woke early to heavy cloud cover, so we took our time getting up and having breakfast. We had plans to go to Fort Sumter, but the girls weren't interested in that so they were going shopping at the Outlet Malls. Soon the skies cleared and we were on our way. The girls dropped Art and I off at the Charleston Harbor, where we caught a boat ride to Fort Sumter after getting a nice ride and view of Charleston from the water. To tell the ...
... laid out with antiques from the Antebellum period. We weren't able to take photos, but trust me it was really special. We also checked out Slave Street an area on the plantation where a number of the original slave quarters are still standing. There were some really interesting displays on the slave trade and fight for civil rights for the African / Americans.
From there we went into downtown Charlestown on ...
... and open balconies to catch the breeze from the Atlantic ocean. We also saw some mansions which are really big. Charleston is known historically as the place where the Civil War started at Fort Sumter. This fort is an island in the Charleston harbor. Charleston is also where a lot of trade took place, including slaves, which later brought a lot of attention to Abraham Lincoln ...