InTown Suites Charleston Northwest / I-26
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... were. On that type of scale I think I would be able to place the finest piece of silk around my doorway.
The streetscape of Charleston is wonderful, the heritage area is strictly controlled and residents are not allowed to do anything to their homes without permission of many regulatory bodies. They are keeping the history of the city true to its origins. Well done.
There was so much more to see, time was our enemy, we have to ...
... exceeded 18,000 sq ft. You can do that math....
Anyway, these homes are truly amazing and such fun to marvel at. We even did a walking tour of one home that took 5 years to build and was completed in 1808! It is currently owned by a Foundation who has restored it back to its original time period. Very cool.
So, backing up to how we started our day.
At 9am ...
... the historic commercial district, and find a warm bakery for shared cup of hot chocolate. We retreated back to our warm digs and stayed in the rest of the day. The next morning, the sun came out but still cold, so we headed to Folly's beach for breakfast, then drove back over on Sunday for a long walk in the sunshine, albeit still crisp cool and windy. Got some more pix of the classic southern architecture. After ...
... Museum of the South Carolina chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy. Searching for trinkets and memorabilia, the museum served as a treasure trove of Confederate artifacts. Roaming the large room located above Charleston's City Market, the soldiers of Alpha Kappa struck up a lively conversation with the museum's curator. She was an elderly woman, descending directly from a Confederate foot soldier who fought at the Battle of ...
... and tools. SO, before I went to the event, I had to check the coffee shop out and the area they were in. From a bit of research, the area they were in was also considered a good area for gays and lesbians.
Thursday I drove to the Orange Spot Coffee Shop. http://theorangespotcoffeehouse.com/
It was so comfy and the Cha Yen (Chai Iced Tea) was so good I could have had 3 of them. I talked with one of the owners briefly ...