Hampton Inn Charleston - Historic District
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... just 1861-65 but others which have taken place. The fort as it stands now is in its third guise, the first took a battering that lasted 562 days, this level of bombardment pretty much demolished it. As a result of the re building it is now not as big now as it once was, when you go around the museum on site and look at the various pictures and paintings, it appears to be 4 or 5 stories at one pint but now it's just 2 or 3 at best. From the fort we also see birds diving ...
... in May of next year and possibly to New England in July of next year.
Then it was time to go to supper at the Charleston Crab House right on the Ashley River at a draw bridge. The bridge went up several times while we were there. Larry had Palmetto Brewing Amber. We had see the Brewery from the bus earlier. We sat with Carol from Baltic and Caroline also from Baltic, I think. They know my friend Ellen from Sugar Creek. All four of us ordered ...
... remaining birth place of a South Carolina signer of the Declaration of Independence.
A beautiful double level home with double balconies facing the Santee River, and a long driveway lined with live oaks and ancient hanging moss.
Our next plantation was the Hampton Plantation built between 1730 and 1750. This gorgeous Georgian-style mansion was our favourite. The house is exactly what you picture a plantation house to look like. A huge porch surrounded ...
... time as I wanted to do the History trail before any rain arrived. The main History trail takes you around the park and has replicas of what the buildings may have looked like in the original settlement. Nothing original remains at the park. You can climb aboard the ship Adventure and see what the bones of a ship from that time would look like. Farther along is an exhibit showing how archeologists determined where ...
... handed the phone to her husband and explained: That's our daughter. She's doggy sitting our dog and he won't eat his dinner. So, my husband is trying to convince "doggy" that he should eat his dinner. The conversation went something like this: "Now, doggy, you need to be good and eat your dinner...." I asked, "He's talking to your dog in Indiana and trying to get him to eat his dinner ? ! And then, " Do you mind if I take your picture ? I'm writing ...