Holiday Inn Express Charleston North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... face it, the world is beautiful. However, the trip I am currently planning will link many authors past and present, from stories turned into movies to old homes and sites of inspiration. As an author myself, I want to share this journey, and the sites of fellow authors throughout history, and the impact of my journey lessons, and discoveries with others in the hope that they find inspiration, amusement, or simply potential entertainment and ...
... dinner. Exquisite appetizer (tuna and salmon tartare ), very nice trout as an entree and before a soup which was a broth with spinach and shredded spinach, and a great apple strudel with a lime sauce and a dollop of ice cream as dessert. Not big servings, just very tasty and elegantly plated up. Lovely experience. This was followed by a sort of show. It was one which introduced the entertainers on board. Andreas thought it was true **** but the rest of us sort ...
... the Low-country in South Carolina. She sang, talked about how the slaves coped with their circumstances and had us with our eyes glued to her the whole time! The fancy house in the background may look familiar as it has been featured many movies, the Notebook and the North and the South to name only two. The current plantation house, built in 1936 by Canadian Ambassador Thomas A. Stone, sits on the site of the original plantation home. We were able to go inside for a look. We ...
... t the most popular on the tour because there was no way I was going to lead OR be at the back!! If you were in my way to get into a safe position, you weren't any more and it wasn't the ghosts!
Finished the tour and back to camp for a nightcap and bed. Again, there was a lot of rain, but we've been lucky that when we've been out and about it has stopped. We have yet to open an umbrella. Good thing cause we haven't found ours yet!!!!
... everything I had hoped for from the southern state of South Carolina. We walked through what is now the market, a tourist trap for sure, but this used to be where slaves were sold. We drove out to Magnolia Plantation, the oldest garden in the US. a cotton and rice plantation, which reminded us of scenes from the movie Django. What an amazing garden as you can see from the photos - a magical place.
We ate an ...