Holiday Inn Express Charleston North
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... politicians and military commanders wrote and screamed about the legality and appropriateness of this provocative move, Anderson's position became perilous. Just after the inauguration of President Abraham Lincoln on March 4, 1861, Anderson reported that he had only a six week supply of food left in the fort and Confederate patience for a foreign force in its territory was wearing thin.
On Thursday, April 11, ...
The day was a little cloudy to start so we went exploring. Looked at Mt Pleasant a suburb of Charleston across the Cooper River. Then on to check out Sullivan's Island Beach and Isle of Palms Beaches. We laid on the beach for a while watching the local birds and listening to the wind. Very pleasant. Couldn't get the iPad to take pics as ...
... I have added. The weather is in the +30C most days and is adding to the relaxing atmosphere. Tomorrow the group starts to split up with people parting, going north and south etc... all part of the travellers experience - the moment is all that counts and tomorrow never comes... I do not know how long I will be here, but Savannah, Nashville and Atlanta might be calling before I make my way to Miami before the end of the month... I hope you are all well and happy. Thinking of you all x x ...
... up maps of Tennessee and on we went.
We plotted a lunchstop on the new map, and in due course had our picnic at a very nice mown rest area with spotless loos.
That left an hour or so to Asheville and we passed through/over the Appalachian Mountains which form the border Tennesee / North Carolina States. They are a pretty impresive range, bush clad and rugged. The Smokey Mountains are the part we pass over/through en route, the very long run downhill ...
... love the name!) while the older folks drank. Earlier in the week we headed to Williamsburg to look around the old colonial town. It's a lovely place and is very well preserved/restored. Well worth spending a day wandering around looking at the olde world village whilst laughing at the kids whose parents thought it would be fun to rent the old time clothing for them. The last couple of days have been proper beach weather and so we called in for a stroll on Virginia Beach on ...