Hampton Inn & Suites Charleston / West Ashley
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Crossing the border into South Carolina you can feel the history of this State grab you.
South Carolina, the first state to succeed from the Union, the place where the first shot of the Civil War was fired on Fort Sumter.
We had loved our first visit to Charleston, seven years ago, we had visited the Confederate Museum, Boon Hall Plantation, Patriot Point where the Aircraft Carrier Yorktown is now situated as a museum ...
... who should sleep where, up and down the stairs, looking for toys or "neat stuff".
The day was windy but perfect, dinner lingered and sleep came early for everyone to prepare for another action packed day. It is Todd's Birthday today and Nia has us organized for the big event. They are walking the beach as I write this. The sun is shining and the girls in their cute new dresses are leading the way. We shall see how the day unfolds.
Charleston. The beautiful, quaint little city in South Carolina. And, by American standards, pretty old, with many of the buildings being built pre-civil war.
It sort of reminds me of Rye, East Sussex although totally different in age, yet so very similar in the quaintness and tourist attraction-bility.
The houses have a southern charm, the cobbled streets an old time allure and the alleys are explorable.
... on the wall was an article with the "secret recipe" for the sauce in a magazine article. We will post it. You may need a magnifying glass and no guarantee that it is the same, but if it is, you are in for a treat.
We got back out to the bike and it was all wet from dew already. We got home and crawled in to bed after a long fun day of exploring the Holy City, one of Charleston’s nicknames. It is also known as the Palmetto City, named after a tree. They are ...
... cotton merchant had refused to change with the times, and was said to haunt the current establishment that was located in the building of his former warehouse. "A noble venture indeed," retorted rider William Denton, “to seek out and destroy the spirits that haunt the innocents of Charleston.”
Arriving at Southend shortly before the Mardis wedding, Alpha Kappa implored the poltergeist to consider reason and civility. ...