InTown Suites Charleston Southwest
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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With Charleston looking a little damp in our rear vision mirrors, we headed north and into North Carolina. Once again, this State has so much to offer in history and once again Father Time is hurrying us up.
The drive into North Carolina gives you the first sighting of the Blue Ridge Mountains. You can't help but start humming the song Country Road. Feeling the beat and playing the words in your mind, the miles glide by, ...
... sunsets are said to be unrivalled, but I have yet to see a better sunset than on the French River or Lake Nipissing. I will let you know about that too!
We went over to check out the only Resort on the island. Wyndham is nestled into the landscape on the backside of the beaches. Like Deerhurst used to be, cottages cluster in wooded areas around a golf course, playgrounds, pools and mini putt. A list of ...
... service was ready to take us into town for a day of exploring. We arrived at the Visitors Center, grabbed a map and some brochures and headed on foot to start our exploration. First we took a stroll down King Street, which is adorned with shops. Lots of them. So of course we helped support the cause and did a little shopping too.
Our next goal was to do the Carriage Ride through ...
... we have decided to head a few miles further south to Beaufort, SC (pronounced Bue-fort, as opposed to Beaufort, North Carolina which is pronounced Bo-fort) to enjoy the sunshine and mild coastal temps. The little taste of cold weather here has helped us reconsider our travel options. More later but suffice it to say we will spend next two weeks R&R with emphasis on R rather than sightseeing before deciding what next to ...
... that one of the regiment's men was making his way to Tuscaloosa in the fall, the curator was quick to inform the men that her granddaughter was a junior at the University of Alabama. This young lady was said to have bright eyes, a keen mind, and a set of culinary skills that would put Emeril Lagasse to shame. Emails were exchanged, and the author of this entry is looking forward to courting a sixth generation daughter of the Confederacy ...