Hampton Inn & Suites Charleston / West Ashley
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... visitor centre but the ferry wasn't leaving for Fort Sumter till 4pm and it was a 2 hour visit so we figured that would be a bit late so we would go in the morning. We read all the information on display in the centre and found it all a bit confusing but basically the Union held it, on 12th April 1861 it was shelled by the confederates which is considered to be the start of the civil war, the confederates won the battle and ...
... to step out of Civil War history and learn about other time periods. The Fort gave wonderful interpretive experience for the various time periods. I especially loved the WWII exhibits that showed the Operations Room, with 1940’s era music playing. Very cool! We continued through the fort walking backwards through history – WWI. Spanish – American War, War of 1812, Revolutionary War. Fort Moultrie is a must. Unfortunately we had no ...
... by staying on land. Randy disagreed and said that he and Doris would wait and take the ferry out to the fort. So for our stay at this this port we would part ways. Each to his own destination; knowing that we would meet again back on ship for our evening meal.
With the warmth of a warm southern fall day, we set out on foot to walk the historical city of Charleston, South Carolina. We walked back toward the southern downtown area of town. We passed by the Calhoun Monument ...
... were sandwiched between two overnight buses, with 3 changes each in the middle of the night. Challenge accepted!
We arrived at about 4pm. Within seconds of uttering the word "taxi", we were treated to some of the famous Southern charm, as a man offered to give us a lift into town. He was dropping his daughter off at the station and was accompanied by his (strangely stern-looking) 6 year-old daughter, so we happily assumed that he wasn't going to be as scary as ...
... we started talking about going to Italy, and after much discussion, compromise, and a lot of hope, we will be leaving for Italy in three weeks. It doesn't seem possible that it is almost here! We have lots of hopes and dreams about what this trip will bring, we hope for some adventure, some great food, some GREAT wine, and some of the most beautiful views ...