Fulton Lane Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... seat in window on Ashley River. Walked to Architecture Tour - not that good. Left early to go to Cru Cafe - T had delicious General Tso Caesar Wrap that smelled like heaven. M bo had fried oyster wrap - also heaven. Walked to Waterfront Park - T liked the trees and nice garden. M liked the docks and water views. Then we walked home to get ready for mass. Went to 6pm at St. John's Cathedral and then took an Uber to Prohibition ...
Drove 100 miles in two hours.
An amazingly historical town where the Confederate States loss of the US Civil war stills burns fresh and deep. Statues and memorials of fallen soldiers and Generals abound on every corner.
If it is true that the winners of wars get to write history then this town is pushing ...
... fired up that he was coming for the afternoon. He got there about 3 and the boys immediately kidnapped him and took him up to the beach where they played ball and swam in the surf. Blossom and I spent the time relaxing and trying to figure what to do for dinner. The sky was looking ugly so we decided when the boys got back we would go out. They got back about 7pm, showered and we went to Culthane's Irish Pub for dinner. Food was awesome! Irish Nacho, Shepherds Pie ...
... had begun.
The trip was well worth it. Fort Sumter was impressive, mostly in the fact that it is still standing. The Union bombarded the Fort for nearly two years. They said at once the walls stood 55 feet, Al and I estimated that is now 12 feet. There are cannon balls still stuck in walls and other remnants of the war. It was strange - as a Yankee - to experience this history. Is it something I am proud of? Not at all. But the saying ...
... Storm hit as we were landing with strong wind gusts, so the pilot had to go around again after a quick one wheel touch down.
Highlight of the tour: Peru & Macchu Picchu, the steaks in Argentina, Nashville and catching up with the people we met in Peru and Kentucky on their hom turf.
Have been back in Denver a few days now, so all up to date...........til next time.....when we will tell you about our week in Telluride and back to work!