Hampton Inn Charleston - Historic District
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... a sweat isn't the only way to keep your skin clear. It's also important to point out that acne is less of a problem among people who regularly exercise because they end up showering a lot more in order to wash the sweat away. Extra showers means extra rinsing of your pores. Never leave your makeup on your face overnight. You might not think that one night will make much of a difference but it can. So every night before ...
... the 45 min tram tour we were taken back to the Plantation House, family home of the Drayton family. We toured the house and grounds before boarding bus for our ride back to the RV Park.
Once back to the RV park we were treated to pizza and birthday cake. We were celebrating Lon's birthday. It was nice way to finish our busy day. Tomorrow is a free day and think we will all enjoy sleeping in.
... my eye or engage me, but not on this trip. I put my camera away and did a crossword. Pulled into South Carolina about 7.30pm, and took a taxi to our condo.
It's a lovely place, but the wi fi wasn't working, and as we really depend on it, we went to bed a bit cross. We use it for the maps, to see where we are, the weather, the public transport, etc.
THE CAPTIVATION AND CHARM OF CHARLESTON
Charleston is definitely one of the major highlights of our trip. So much so, that without intentionally planning it that way, we spent nearly 3 weeks in the city area.
Charleston is a historian's paradise. It has been said that everything in Charleston is the first of something in our country - that everything began here. Whether that is true or not, it is certainly rich in culture ...
... although no doubt the booze helped.
After lunch we had time to procure a few provisions and wander round Marion Square before returning to James Island to prepare for the next leg of our trip to Savannah Georgia. We needed to be up at three in the morning so an early night was in order.
Our visit to Charleston was really lovely and we have marked it down as being really worth an extra visit. And the sunshine was really therapeutic ...