- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the stories it could tell having been in the forefront of both the War of Independence and the Civil War.
John Grimke Drayton was responsible for introducing the first Azaleas into the United States.
Taking a bus tour of Charleston, we found out some interesting information on the buildings.
Around the doorways of some of the stately homes are decorative carvings of rope. Apparently the thicker the rope the ...
... SOB was "the place to live" (if you drove a Porsche, Mercedes or Jaguar - apparently)
Of course I, being of sound Real Estate mind and body, had to ask about the current market values in these areas, to which our Carriage Ride Guide informed us that the current average selling price of these homes is $502 PER SQUARE FOOT. She stated nothing was priced under 1 million and some of ...
... of the storm. The moss draped branches of the massive oaks were swaying in the wind and mist was flying along the surface of the choppy water. It was eerie seeing boats appear out of the mist, then disappear again. Fortunately for us the rain and sleet mostly held off and we were able to walk the Battery walls getting only slightly damp. Still it was a relief to turn back into the protection of the buildings of the ...
... Not only was Hunley remembered for his famed ship, but the gentleman had also produced a fine stock of descendants, including Alpha Kappa's own Clyde Rivers. Ancestry had always been important to Alpha Kappa, so the Birmingham regiment made their way to the shipyard. A friend of H. L. Hunley is a friend of Alpha Kappa.
The tour was brief yet informative. Giving their regards, the gentlemen of Alpha Kappa made their way to ...
... walking around, SO many people smiled at me and said hi. I thought I was in Niceville or somewhere like that. It was refreshing. Wandered around the shops, the waterfront, some parks, looking at old mansions. It was a full day of walking. I loved the feel of the city, and all the architecture. That night I started poking around on the Center for Women website and found a couple of women who started a coffee shop and utilized the ...