Holiday Inn Express Charleston North
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Another beautiful, hot, humid day...had a nice breakfast and then we were off to Folly Beach first which is on James Island.....across large marsh flats full of white egrets, and Boardwalk piers that connect private homes to their boats. We parked and walked to the Fishing Pier for a look and found the local fishermen watching the construction people replace some of the piers pilings...no fish tho. Then on to Johns Island and Fresh Fields ...
... the grass. Then he started opening his mouth and that was just amazing! I was taking pictures of him and he started moving like he was coming further towards the path and I decided that was enough! I left the two alligators to soak up the sun in peace.
I spent about 2 hours at the park and you could spend a lot more time if you walked more of the trails or if it was slightly warmer and you wanted to sit on the beach and enjoy the waves. The tricky ...
... lazy time. Later in the afternoon we headed back to Westerdam for lunch, another gym session, wine in the state room and another fantastic dinner followed by a great show. A husband and wife juggling team which was not only great in terms of skills but at times so funny that tears were rolling down my cheeks. Another fantastic day. Enjoyed in equal measure by all of ...
... flooding, fires, pirates, and wars , oh the stories these buildings tell.
We visited a plantation and got a very good lesson on black history and specifically the Gullah Geechee people who are the descendants of the enslaved Africans. They have their own Creole influenced language, they are master basket weavers and they are proud of the traditions they have managed to carry on.
We indulged my ...
... churches the more affluent the area I am told, so they are a sort of success barometer I guess. Population of Bartow is around 100 maybe, but past glories lurk in the undergrowth and are commemorated by memorials and historic plaques recounting Civil War events which were significant throughout this area.
If you do Google it, look just to the north of the tiny hamlet of Bartow and see a group of round irrigation pivot circles, that's our farm, mostly ...