Hampton Inn Charleston - Daniel Island
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... were mostly built in the Anti Bellum style. Absolutely beautiful mansions. We wandered throughout the area soaking up the atmosphere. The houses were characterised by large lush gardens, big verandas and multi storey houses with separate slave or servants accomodation in the grounds. A highlight of the town was the local markets. Built in the mid 19th century the market is built in a long line across 2 or 3 blocks, ...
... and traffic signals were aplenty. It was around 12:30 by now and all of the restaurants we saw had plenty of people waiting outside. Maybe they are giving lunch away for free or something. We were going to eat in so it didn’t really matter anyway.
The road we were traveling had many low trees and the CB antenna on the roof was really taking a beating. It was a beautiful road, though. We found our next turn and barely made it ...
... the condo, we saw an alligator sunning itself one of the golf course fairways (island is crisscrossed with golf courses). After dinner, during our evening stroll, we encountered the local deer population that comes out around dusk, to graze on many of the flowers and plants that have been planted as landscaping throughout the island. I gotta think they do a lot of re-planting of flowers around here...to keep the deer well fed. ...
With Charleston looking a little damp in our rear vision mirrors, we headed north and into North Carolina. Once again, this State has so much to offer in history and once again Father Time is hurrying us up.
The drive into North Carolina gives you the first sighting of the Blue Ridge Mountains. You can't help but start humming the song Country Road. Feeling the beat and playing the words in your mind, the miles glide by, ...
... but I think we got it!
Earlier in the day we had decided to go to a play Saturday night. It was a mystery, Inspector’s NoClue’s Murder Mystery – a classic comic whodunit at The Black Fedora Comedy Mystery Theater. Unfortunately we did not make reservations for dinner and time was short so we ended up at dinner at La Fontana, a small authentic Italian Restaurant. As usual ...