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... submarine and was commissioned in June 1945. She spent her 30 year career operating out of Key West, Charleston and New London. She was decommissioned in 1975.
After lunch we boarded boat for the 30 minute narrated cruise to Fort Sumter. Fort Sumter is a National Monument located in Charleston Harbor and is a Third System masonry sea fort. The fort is best known as the site upon which the shots that started ...
... see where the brave crews of the Hunley were buried. We then headed over to the Confederate burial section of the cemetery. There is nothing quite like roaming around a cemetery, soaking in the ambiance, and contemplating the meaning of life. I tried to imagine what the 1860’s looked like with the women draped in black crepe, never losing hope in the cause they believed regardless of the seemingly endless loss of life.
Next was the ...
... in which we would take but a cursory look inside as we planned to return to the market toward the end of our walk.
Standing on the corner of the street was the Charleston City Hall. In 1800, the Charleston City Council approved the construction of the City Hall which was started immediately and completed in 1804. We stopped for a time and viewed parts of the City Hall. We were told that we couldn’t see all of the City Hall until the staff returned from their noon ...
... fountain (we cheated death) and swinging on the bench-swings, we cut inland down the tree-lined streets and by some pretty churches, and found ourselves back on the main street.
Almost as quickly as we had arrived, it was time to leave Charleston. Though we'd had only 24 hours and had spent about 13 of them asleep, we were definitely charmed by the city. We have such a tightly-planned schedule in the US as it saved us a lot of money to plan buses and hostels 6 months ...
... at the Charlestonian houses and architecture. Just stunning, and different from other places we had visited in the past. It has an oldy-worldy feeling about the place, that made my mind play tricks on me - I swear I could hear horse drawn carriages!
Dinner was amazing. A popular seafood/ southern restaurant named Pearlz.. No reservations needed either, and we were lucky enough to be seated right away.. after our lovely food and few beers, we ...