InTown Suites Charleston Southwest
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... some with vey large fish ponds - you can't have a swimming pool that can be seen from the street!. All the gardens have a real mixture of temperate and sub tropical plants. In the centre of blocks there are charming lane ways again filled with lovely houses and gardens. We wondered why there were so many beautiful window boxes - there is a civic competition. A number of house styles but many with Palladin influences in this part of ...
... looked so old and rustic. Exactly like you'd imagine with weatherboards and coloured shutters. So adorable to look at. We stopped off at the campsite first to drop some things off and then went straight into town. We had a free afternoon so a group of us walked down the Main Street, there were some shops but I was more interested in the buildings. The architecture around here is stunning and so quirky. We ...
... are hard to photograph though. And, we saw several alligators sunning themselves. Yippee.
Went to a Mall for lunch. A brand new mall, with beautiful shops and hardly any other people there. Very odd, but I was able to buy a nice blouse on special. It has been hard getting used to the taxes added on everything. We keep forgetting the advertised price is not the final price at the till. Don't get me ...
... the only one who does strange things. And then continued, “But, I'm a dangerous one to tell that to. See that RV over there ! I’m from Seattle; we’re on our way to Florida; I’m writing a blog and you get to be in today’s entry.” Again, we laughed and then she told me all about her daughter who lives in Seattle. By then, we were at the entry, wished each other a good day, chuckled and were on our way.
As I left ...
... 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 ...