Holiday Inn Charleston-Mount Pleasant
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... it a bit before ten. Patrick joined us at nine. I ate lots of fruit, a poached egg on salmon and lots more salmon, some cheese and to finish off, a sticky cinnamon bun. Andreas and I practised French and it was just great to take it easy, eat slowly and enter vacation mode! At ten we had our first 'engagement'; learning about our stops and available activities. John left after this but the rest of us went to the Culinary Arts center and learnt how to ...
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Before heading off to Asia, I decided to visit friends and family. My mother, sister, niece and nephew live in Charleston. When the kids arrive, the scenario is always the same; they yell "Uncle Jon", give me a hug, then bum-rush grandma ...
We started our sunday morning with a breakfast together. Then we drove to the city to do a little sightseeing. First we went to the seaside to see the pineapple fountain and walk along hte promenade and the pier. The weather was really awesome again, hot and the sun was shining. Charleston is a very beautiful city. we walked through a small park and saw fountains with children playing and wading in them. We also decided to wade a little bit, because it ...
... of the interior of this enormous 118 year old home, we moved outdoors and admired the spectacular country views from the shaded arbor of wisteria and trumpet creeper vines. There is a 4 acre formal garden featuring flower beds and 2 arbors leading down to a beautiful glass roofed conservatory nurturing exotic orchids, ferns and palms.
The original stables, are now a very busy café, and shop selling all the memorabilia one could wish for from ...