Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Charleston/Ashley Phosphate
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... says there is room...hmmm!
I have to say it again this man of mine can drive a boat wow, he masterfully pulled us out of a tight squeeze on the dock and then docked us I between 2 mega yachts at the City Marina in Charleston! The day of cruising was slow along the intercostal, there were several real shallow areas so we had to hold up for high tide. I packed and napped this cold of mine has hit me hard yuck!
Things we saw, we went past Cape ...
... has been rebuilt twice following fires and sacking and remains in the hands of the family. Interestingly the slaves on the property stayed after the Union forces burnt the property and acted as caretakers for no wage (the owners lost their money by investing in Confederate Bonds)! Finally we visited Middleton Place, an impressive mansion with world class surrounding ...
Thursday 7/4 - Fourth of July! Went down to a gourmet breakfast with another couple, Teresa and Brian, from north Georgia. We had coffee and juice, yogurt & fruit, fig bread, and spinach pie with potatoes - all were tasty. Had a history lesson from Diana, complete with pictures. Then we packed and got on our way. Decided to drive to Charleston, SC. Went to the visitor center when we approached town which was a great idea because hotel rooms were few and ...
... including trying to hold together all the wallpaper from falling off the walls! It was pretty incrediable to hear how the families entertained and lived in such a house, using the piazzas during parties so guests didn't walk through living areas and how the slaves were involved in the household. The day was concluded with a lovely relaxing evening of wine and chatting with a few people from the hostel.
Next stop, Miami! I hope I survive the beach, the alligators and the ...
... trying to find the way back to our Hotel.
Today, Saturday, we visited two more plantations up and down the Ashley River, Drayton Hall which still has the original house (the owner fooled the Yankees into thinking it was a smallpox hospital) and Magnolia Estates which, like the one we are staying at, lost the house but has extensive and beautiful gardens and swamps and more alligators.
This time of year with cloudless skies and a warm sun ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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