Hampton Inn and Suites Charleston/Mt. Pleasant-Isle Of Palms
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As i believe i wrote yesterday: worst motel ever and the sleep was anything but good. Smelly room, trucks arrived at night, people next door went outside to smoke keeping up a conversation at 3 when they woke me up. Not much sleep after that and the bloody fire detector which made a loud noise every ten breaths! Anyway. Survived. Ate breakfast in the boys' room and at least there was coffee to get from the reception. Started our drive south on the scenic route ...
... successful defense of the city. The flag became a rally flag for all of the forces of South Carolina. The Moultrie flag would eventually become the state flag of South Carolina. Added to the state flag was a palmetto tree. Clinton returned in 1780 with additional troops and after a long siege of Charles Towne, he gained control of the port until 1782, when it was freed by General Nathanael Green, who presented to the local patriot militia the Moultrie Flag, describing it as the ...
... ovation. And if all of this wasn't enough, the concert finished with one of America's favourite hymns ....Amazing Grace. And that popular hymn has direct ties to the Circular Church, which is a United Church if you are wondering. In the mid-1700s John Newton worshipped in this church. He was inspired by the sermons he heard here and wrote Amazing Grace! I have a feeling that the version we heard tonight is how the composer intended it to be performed. Very powerful and ...
We adore Charleston. While several people comment that it reminds them of New Orleans, you have to remember Charleston came first. We took a carriage ride through town and learned that practically every building has a story behind it. In the old days residents didn't like the look of brick buildings so they stuccoed the front of their homes to make them look more affluent. The funny thing is the whole ...