Fulton Lane Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 8230; so yeah..
- I'm Jess, I'm 21, a junior/senior and I'm an International Studies major
you are viewed the biggest brat. ...
... children learning how to load and fire a cannon and then load and fire a musket. Sheree watched the scooter and children being lined up and counted off in firing lines while Ted was off finding quarters to feed the meter. So cute, and as they left and headed out they passed us some talked about saving their money to come back and buy their own muskets for $150.00 from the gift shop.
Our first destination was the oldest continuous market in ...
... I thought, but I've only managed a few hours, and Nicole even less as she's getting a cold! The train is freezing - once again sleeping bag you have proved your worth! The darkness has prompted me to location-check on the ipad every hour, and this one was too good to ...
... Marion Square which
used to be the marching field for the South Carolina Military College the
Citadel. The Old Citadel building is now
a hotel. Toured the Charleston Museum
which is the oldest museum in the nation across from the visitor center. This museum showcases the cultural and
natural history of the SC low country.
Charleston is really unique with its parks, homes, churches,
... for! The yum cha they have there is one of my all time favourites as well.
The waitress came out to tempt us with dessert and again I took Mr Bourdain's advice and ordered the chocolate coca-cola cake to share. No that wasn't a typo. A chocolate coca-cola cake we ordered and almost inhaled it was SO good. I want that recipe! I might add the meal that Chris and I shared today, most people were having themselves. We were ...