InTown Suites Charleston Southwest
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... remove most of her wardrobe, including the shoes to get to the gate. E noted when stripped down she looked rather like us. Watching her bend over to reapply her stilettos had every male flock to security like buzzards to roadkill.
... the day. The lakes and rivers have a mass of wildlife, from deer, rabbit, boar and of course alligator. The tour lasts about 40 minutes and drops us off at the main house, we have a five minute wait and then a guided tour around it. It was not as grand as I thought it would be, then we are informed that after the last owner to ever live their died, his wife moved out and did not want anything to do with it. I think that's why not so grand, she hated the place. He is ...
... Church. We began with a narrated nature train ride through much of the gardens and ended with a tour of the plantation house, a successor to the oldest plantation house in the Carolina Colonies. There John was once again frustrated not to be allowed photographs!
... 1970 this area was given the name. Historically this area was the main place of commerce for French Huguenots a merchant class who fled religious persecution in their native country. Today the five block area contains the city's most historic buildings, evocative old churches and graveyards, it's most charming narrow streets and art galleries.
Todd and Chris hooked up while Jes and Kate went shopping. The boys were more than pleased ...
... second time she has voiced her yearning for Che! She said she did not want Che to be in heaven with Quincy and Jasper, she wanted him down here to play with her. God Bless Ruby and Che!
We are learning that Edisto, besides all that an oceanfront brings, has another asset. Their history is documented back to 1570 when a Spanish Missionary arrived to convert the Edisto Indians. In 1683 the Indians sold to the English, moved off the island ...