Hampton Inn Charleston - Historic District
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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It was this force that sent 350,000 men and the greatest armada of aircraft assembled to Britain during WW2. Over 54,000 of these brave men were killed or taken prisoner. They were tasked with precision daylight bombing raids over Germany during the conflict and were very much part of the reason that the Allies were victorious.
They are in the process of restoring one of the B17's, the type of bomber they were flying in ...
... which was forecasted to be rainy, as well as tours to avoid. He also recommended a rooftop bar from which we could behold fabulous views of downtown and the harbor.
We were very pleased with the choice to do the walking tour immediately upon arriving to Charleston so we had insight and lay of the land to help us navigate the city during the remainder of our time in this beautiful city.
... the spicy (not really very hot by our standards but really delicious). They meal came with steak fries and one giant onion ring that looked like a donut. We then shared another piece of key lime pie. Ted has two favorite kinds of pie, coconut cream and key lime. The pie was also really good. We bought a bottle of the spicy mustard base barbecue sauce with the intention of using it when we are with Reese and Kristin's family next week in Florida. We also ...
Before gracing the dance floor of Charleston's Old Exchange, the Birmingham regiment initiated a surprise flank on the Southend Brewery and Smokehouse. The previous night Alpha Kappa had been informed of a certain cotton merchant who had taken his own life on the third floor of the Wagener Building on East Bay Street. Formerly a cotton warehouse, the Wagener Building had been transformed into a local eatery and brew house. However, ...
... them as planned on this trip. We can't wait to meet Mickey. ;) Those that know me know that I'm terrified of sharks so it was much to Tess's amusement that we ended up at Shark Attack mini golf this morning. I'm pleased to report that the shark looked faker than Jaws. It was a good laugh though. The trip continues to be everything we'd hoped and we've noticed a change in the country the further south we've got. Little things like accents and the weather, as well as ...