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OAKLAND PLANTATION KOA CAMPGROUND
Without being aware of the significance of our choice, we stayed at a KOA campsite on one of the oldest plantations in the country. The house on the property is the first built in the town of Mt. Pleasant and has been used for many movies. If ...
... cemeteries and shops. Many of the buildings have markers which provide a history of the building. We stopped to read the marker on one of the homes, the Heyward Washington house, where George Washington stayed during a week long visit in 1791. The iron work of the gates of Charleston homes and churches are art, and I took photos of the best of them.
Today we woke up to a downpour, but by the time we drove downtown the sun ...
... the most direct route, with no deviations! I'm particularly proud of this achievement as I am not known for my navigational skills or sense of direction. Indeed, I am the person who once couldn't find her way back to our hotel room in Majorca and had to rely on Tom (age 7 at the time).
Before we left the campground in Selma we had a nice chat with owners who had once visited Bath but beat a hasty retreat when they became more and ...
... br> started out walking as the morning was not overly steamy. Walked all
the way down to the Battery from the Visitor Center. Explored a few of
the cemetery's and checked out all the beautiful homes. We started to
walk back up towards the Waterfront Park. We were pretty warm by the
time we got there so hopped on a trolley to eventually get over to the
aquarium area. A lady pointed us to the East Bay ...
... for brunch and walked through the old slave markets. This is where my interest to study the civil war began! We bought some christmas presents, walked to the coast, rainbow row and checked out all the amazing old buildings. I still think Charleston is the prettiest city I have been to in the US. Really old cottages, churches, hotels... horse and carriages every where. I am very envious Collier has been living there for 4 years!
That evening we ...