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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... politicians and military commanders wrote and screamed about the legality and appropriateness of this provocative move, Anderson's position became perilous. Just after the inauguration of President Abraham Lincoln on March 4, 1861, Anderson reported that he had only a six week supply of food left in the fort and Confederate patience for a foreign force in its territory was wearing thin.
On Thursday, April 11, ...
... collection of homes. All different styles of architecture?. Lots of churches too. Charleston has several nicknames but one is the holy city and CHAS. The founding fathers were very tolerant of every kind of religious beliefs so congregations of every denomination have thrived here. Has anyone ever seen an American flag on a ...
... it is feautured in the travel shows and travel magazines. very beautiful old city,(see photos). and fun market place, where we saw folks making sweet grass baskets.
went to folly beach, kinda of funky, surfer , party type vibe. beach on sullivans island, beach on kiawah island, which was beautiful, but much more upscale vibe, edisto beach won for the best shelling, thanks to julie and sheila for telling us ...
... the plantation in a trolley and snuck a peek at the butterfly gardens. It is unbelievable to see the original Confederate trench lines, built under the command of General Lee, on this plantation. It was a bit of an adventure to find parking for our motorhome in downtown Charleston, but once that was achieved we went for a filling, southern dinner trying things like praline puppies, fried green tomatoes, stuffed shrimp, jambalaya and shrimp with grits! We didn't even have room ...
... Walked the streets of downtown Charleston. A haven for sweet lovers - old candy shops, new candy shops, fudge, ice cream, frozen yogurt, gelato, bakeries, chocolate. You name it, they have it. But the town was interesting with history and old buildings. Did manage to have a nice dinner on a roof top patio overlooking the market before the rain came again.
Stopped for more supplies, back to camp for a beverage and off to bed.