InTown Suites Charleston Northwest / I-26
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... Civil War were fired, at the Battle of Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861. Fort Sumter today bears only a superficial resemblance to its original appearance. The multi-tiered fort of 1861 was reduced to rubble during the Civil War. If you are a Civil War buff you would really enjoy visiting.
Tomorrow we travel to our last stop on our Southern Exposure RV Caravan, Asheville, NC. Our tour ends Sun morning, 6 April. ...
... We stumbled across some cool waysides discussing how the old defensive walls had been discovered as modern work was being done to the streets. The wayside explained how the settlement started and evolved through the decades, ultimately growing beyond the early defensive walls. It was really cool to be walking the streets that can proudly boast, "Charleston is American history."
Time for the last supper – thanks to ...
... by the city hall was Washington Square built to honor our first President, George Washington who had made several trips to the city.
Our walk would take us down toward the southern point of the city to the White Point gardens. Walking thru the garden with its magnificent trees that formed a canopy that seemed to shelter and protect the entire gardens, we enter the very southern shoreline called The Battery. From here we could look out across the harbor to Ft. Sumpter. ...
... the downside of all the planning is that we can't stay in places like Charleston or Portland for a longer time, even if we want to.
Alas, our bus was booked. 17 hours this time, to Washington, DC; home to world-class museums and monuments, and the stepping-stone to our next camping trip in the Shenandoah National Park. That is, if all the museums, monuments and national parks aren't shut down by the US government...great timing, eh?!
Next stop: Washington, DC!
... a cab back to the hotel - we wanted to be sensible so we could wander about tomorrow.
We walked in to town the next day, zig sagging our way through the town and its neighbourhoods. We walked around for quite a while, I think we have a million photos of other people's houses!!! We managed to get all the way down to the waterfront, when the heavens opened. As luck would have it, there was a shining beacon behind us not 50 meters in the form of ...
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