French Quarter Inn
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... city. Finally found the house@ 8 Chisholm Street which is only one block from the water but it's at the edge of the downtown area behind the Coast Guard and an old building that belonged to the ROTC in prior times. We drove to the closest supermarket called Harris Teeter. While in the Juice section I asked 2 young girls about Claire's age where to go for dinner. They recommended a pizza place called Monza which is next door to A bar called Closed For Business. The pizza was ...
... the streets looking at all the different small shops. Not a mall in sight and everything just off the street like UK high streets used to be. We reached the city market and spent an hour browsing the stalls and buying a couple of things. The market is really great and the quality of the goods exceptional. Part way through our meanderings we stopped for coffee at a side street cafe with great coffee and buns. The owners were obviously ...
... I took a drive out to one of the many plantation houses dotted about. This one was called The Magnolia Plantation. They used slaves to produce rice amongst other things. The grounds were much bigger than I imagined. Took a guided tour of the grounds on one of those train on wheels things. There was only me and one family on board. The guide was excellent. He told how hard life was for the slaves, and how much hard work was involved planting and harvesting the ...
... the store. Anyway it was like a mile to get out there so we had a nice two mile bike ride. Then we came back had some lunch and cleaned up in the RV some. After that we took Nash on a nice long walk. We went through a couple of the different walking paths and he had a great time. By the time we were done with that we got some laundry started and it was time to get dinner together. We had shish kabobs, they were delecious. After dinner and ...
... middle of the parade ground. Definitely a feat of engineering and a historical landmark, but our vote still goes to the less visited Fort Pulaski. The best part of this tour was actually the dolphins, which we got to see playing below the ramparts of the fort (which is constructed on an island) and in the water alongside the ferry we took to get there.
After returning to the Charleston shore, we headed to our hostel to freshen up and cool off from ...