Holiday Inn Express Charleston North
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Hold on, it's a bumpy ride today. We started out by going to the coffee bar and getting our double-skinny-mochas. Then we headed down to the lecture on Charleston. Sounds like a wonderful place, if we get there. Our captan has changed courses three times looking for calmer water. So far he hasn't been successful as we are now up to 50-60 knots of wind and 20 foot swells.. After the lecture, we ...
... mainly three story weatherboard and brick properties in the historic district, beautiful, and built from the mid 1700's. We found also found a handful of properties that must have been constructed in the middle of the night without the approval of the Historic Charleston Foundation.
We had a good ol' walk 'roun town and determined seafood was the right choice for dinner. We freshened up after another ...
Kim went on the walking tour of historic charleston. I stayed home and baked in the sun hoping to dry up this cold. Guide knew his history since he grew up in the historic district. He cant afford to live there anymore. He told us about a house that was listed on his old street a few years ago for 23 million. Another house facing the High Battery has taxes ...
... to straighten them up and stabilize them. They are held in place by washers on the outside walls. There are many churches in Charleston, and it is often referred to as the Holy City. The palmetto features on the state flag and is planted everywhere. We are staying at Lake Palmetto. Time for bed. Seamus just emailed from Cork to say it was raining and people are sandbagging their houses. Should I worry?
... and businesses along the way. Then we saw the tidal marshes and finally the marina, home to many very nice boats. We crossed the river and into the historic district and drove around for a while to get a flavor of the city. I expected high rises and modern buildings. But that was not the case. We saw a lot of old buildings surrounding an upscale shopping district near Lindsay’s hotel on narrow ...