Hampton Inn & Suites Charleston / West Ashley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Na het ontbijt hebben we een lange reis voor boeg. Ruim 500 kilometer moeten we gaan rijden. De navigatie is ingesteld op de volgende bestemming Charleston. We zitten iets buiten de stad in West Ashley in een mooie Hampton inn. Nadat we de spullen binnen hebben gelegd, willen we graag even gaan zwemmen. Maar er hangt een bordje. Het zwembad is …
... soldiers lives it was a small museum but very comprehensive. With lots of clothes, hand made flags and quilts it was very informative. The uniforms were tiny, showing just what small men they were at that time. Most of the uniforms would not have fitted me, never mind a modern man On our return to the ship we passed Kilwins ice cream parlour and decided to have one as it was hot and humid. The biggest ice cream cone I have ever ...
... of dogs chasing balls, running around and splashing in the water. Wow, Harley is going to love this place. We continued around the lake and saw a sign for the campground. When we turned the corner there were two or three other rigs in line. We stopped and Cheryl went inside to check in and get our campsite number.
We signed up for three nights so we would have two full days to check things out in Charleston. We made our way to ...
... was built the river was the only road to and from Charleston. They used the tides to go to and from Charleston and some churches even scheduled services based on the tides.
When the plantation was first operational it made its money from indigo which was used to make a blue dye. After the Revolutionary War England didn't want to bye from the United States so they tried some other things until they settled on rice. The marshy land (low country) ...
... over the shaded Lowcountry roads. The Spanish moss and afternoon sunlight dance with each other through the tree limbs that umbrella the road. It is a place that has not been overdeveloped, polluted and ruined by ignorance and lack of foresight. It is dark at night, there are no street lights, no lights on the beach, light pollution is a no-no. That is how we can see the beautiful stars all around ...