Hampton Inn and Suites Charleston/Mt. Pleasant-Isle Of Palms
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... to do? The Griswald adventure continues. We got our car from Enterprise and all went well until we got to the car - no keys. There was also another traveler who didn't have keys so we all had to wait for the outside attendant to go inside to grab the keys from the front desk. Okay, that's done. I'm craving fish tacos so I ask the outside attendant where I can get some really good fish tacos and he says the Taco Place which actually turned out to be the Taco ...
... Civil War.
After orienting ourselves to Charleston at the Visitors centre, we caught the ferry to Fort Sumter which also included an informative historic tour. Fort Sumter is a masonry sea fort located on a man made island in Charleston Harbor. It is best known as the site where the first shots of the American Civil War were fired, at the Battle of Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861. The site is listed on the National Register ...
Biltmore was built by John Washington Vanderbilt whose father Cornelius had gone from a borrowed $100 to $1+billion with shipping and mainly railroads in his lifetime. John set to, to build a "family home and guest entertainment" base of goliath proportions!
He bought up 125000 acres, and built this house of 4 acres floor area (all floors counted) and it's surrounding park upon it! It took 4-5 years to build, and employed a lot of ...
... anger and annoyance behind us and headed out for some drinks. We also made the decision to cancel our planned September Orlando wedding anniversary trip. As, with us going to Florida this week it did seem a tad indulgent, and also a bit of a waste of money given that we could do what we wanted to do there over a few days starting this weekend. So we've changed our plans slightly and are going to hit the Magic Kingdom and Universal after Savannah (our next destination) rather ...
... Light Infantry, a militia group founded in 1807 that provided troops to every conflict from the War of 1812 to WWII. The Washington Light Infantry still operates today and is among the oldest militia groups in existence.
I noticed a large sticker on the back of a street sign that intrigued me for some reason. It depicted one of my favorite professional wrestlers as a boy and read, "Andre The Giant Has A Posse." For whatever reason, I googled the phrase and ...