Holiday Inn Express Charleston-Summerville
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... do the countdown and watch the ball drop in Times Square on the mounted TV screens. We honked our noise-makers, kissed, hugged and welcomed 2014 with our complimentary shots of champagne! At this point the Kiss band made their entrance and we beat a hasty retreat!
Although the weather was not the best (read 'torrential downpours') I did my best to get out and about in Charleston as it is a beautiful city. As the oldest ...
... was used to sink enemy ships.
We arrived at the Ft. Sumpter National Monument just after 10:00 AM in the morning. This late arrival meant that we would have to wait several hours before the next ferry to the fort and we would return within a couple of hours of our sailing. We decided to view the Ft. Sumpter Museum that was located here on the Charleston shoreline. Here we saw what the port and fort were like at the start of the Civil War. It is appropriate to say at ...
... heat it up with, so we are enjoying a relaxing evening in on our last night of the trip. We have seen so much this week.....pretty much everything the girls were interested in seeing, (and maybe a little more!) Tomorrow we head north, back to the capital of the Confederacy. And if we encounter some of that unseasonably cool Richmond weather we have been having this summer, I PROMISE I will not complain! Thanks for following me once again on this travel blog!
... Pub (which led to some Doors lyrics "No one can save her, save the blind tiger" being posted on to my Facebook page by my brother. Which is always good). It was still pushing 30 degrees at 6PM so we went for a dip in the hotel pool, walking in on a pool party happening with both sides of a couples family who'd got together on the run up to their wedding at the weekend. It was pretty cool as they were having a party around the pool with their kids eating pizza and piggly wiggly ...
... in Charleston and serves as a naval museum, and Michelle chose Magnolia Plantation, a 300-year-old rice plantation and antebellum manor house, as our afternoon excursion.
Commissioned in 1943, the Yorktown earned 11 battle stars during World War II and later served as an antisubmarine carrier. After service in the Vietnam War, she was the ship that recovered the crew and command module of Apollo 8 and was eventually decommissioned in 1970.
The Yorktown, ...