Fulton Lane Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and immediately (as in Carrie and I) nod off in the warm sun. We are about 45 minutes from arrival. Robert is enjoying more fresh air outside, Tony drifts in and out of sleep and in and out of the ferry doors. It is not crowded.
This is it: the place that brought about the beginning of the Civil War. Many historians insist the war would have happened regardless of President Lincoln's decision to keep Fort Sumter in Federal ...
... Historic Site up the rode. We took a long drive over to Magnolia Plantation - enjoyed walking the gardens, climbing observation tower to listen to birds, and sitting out on porch of house. Went to Middleton but it was closing. Then we went to Fiery Ron's Home Team BBQ - T rightly suggested the brisket platter with mac n cheese, mashed potatoes, corn bread, and sweet tea, and brownie - even though we weren't hungry.Really good meal.
... rolled into our hotel in Myrtle Beach at 9PM a little knackered. So we took advantage of a bargain offer they had on the room rate and booked in for the night after as well. Myrtle Beach is like every hot beach resort you've ever been to. But it has a certain charm, a great beach, cheap beer, and bars you can smoke in. So it won my heart instantly. It was in Myrtle Beach that we discovered that my credit card had been skimmed and had been used on a $1020 transaction in a ...
Michelle and I awoke in Charleston this morning to rainy skies, temperatures in the mid-80s and humidity levels nearing 90%. Even when the rain stopped about mid-morning, God kept the humidity cranked up to red-line levels.
Everyone knows that oppressive humidity and warm weather is like Kryptonite to chubby guys like me, but I soldiered on for today's mission, which was visiting historic Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor.
... lunch. The
food was good and the drinks were cold! We decided to take a carriage
ride after lunch and hopped on the various trolleys to get back to the
City Market area. The carriage rides are interesting in that you never
know what route you will get. There are 3 areas of the city and only 20
carriages can be out at a time. One mule team cannot go out more than 8
times in a day. Once you are ...