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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... lemon sauce that was great..plus hush puppies AND a peach and blueberry bread pudding. After dinner we walked along the boardwalk at sunset and took some terrific pictures. Rain is predicted again for tomorrow and we are scheduled to move to the cottage. Although the view from the balcony of the condo is spectacular, this morning around 8:30 am MAJOR construction began on the unit above us which was capped off by the fire alarm going off. Not what we signed up ...
... first time. I saw slave cabins and toured the grounds trying to picture how this place was, and its importance to the economy, and how the slaves lived and what they may have experienced. I have a keen interest in history and this is a wonderful place to see.
Over three years later, putting together my next exploration, my research led me to discover that this house was also the location of Allie's summer house from the Notebook. Nicholas Sparks ...
... It was a long day of driving to and fro, but by doing this we got to have dinner in Charleston at Hyman's Seafood, where Cheryl ordered their famous low country boil (see pictures). We returned to the boat in Beaufort and rose the next day to travel the ICW past Charleston and on to Isle of Palms. The tides on this part of the ICW are extreme, so the Captain had to time our departure and arrival very carefully. He did a super job and we didn't ...
... South Carolina, Charleston became important by 1690 as a trading post with a harbour depth of almost 14 metres allowing larger ships to dock right in the city.Much of the architecture has survived from the Colonial period and strict building codes mean that the historic feel of the place is well preserved. Beautiful Live Oak trees abound and it honestly feels like I've taken a step back in time.
During the rest of my stay ...
... you a different angle on the town, and puts the landscape into perspective. We went out to Fort Sumpter where the bombardment started in the civil war, then around the bay and and back, with the decent stories by the captain all the way. My favourite were the pirate ones. A mighty good yarrrrn... Charleston was where old Blackbeard used to raid and plunder.
Thanks again for reading. Onwards to the Smokey Mountains of North Carolina next... Stay tuned.