InTown Suites Charleston North
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... 3 million a floor. It was 3 stories high. We went to the Charleston Market and ate at the Noisey Oyster. Had me some greens I did, along with some other scrumtious stuff. The ride along the water front and the park on the point is awesome. Some very famous and wealthy folks had homes in this area. All places were well kept and the grounds were beautiful.
Seeing how we were so close, we decided to drive on up, yep Millie ...
... Gardens....wow the mansions along the way were incredible. We talked with a contractor who had spent the past year renovating a house bought for 2 million and they had already spent over 1 million more on the renovations. He said the house was built on 3x3 ft brick posts about 6 ft deep and as they dug the water started to seep in.....low water table or what. The Battery is where the Condederate soldiers fired on their Union counterparts and where they ...
... and Hurricane Hugo in 1989. Through all this devastation, Charleston has rebounded and rebuilt some impressive homes, churches and gardens.
We went to the Visitor's Center and signed up for Alan's Talk of the Towne Historic City Tour. This tour covered six miles of Charleston's Historic District with an informative narrative. His tour included views of beautiful homes; the Battery; ...
... superb followed by marinated cod served with so e sort of salsa with capers, tomatoes and olives. Delicious and the marination of the fish came through too. It was served on a bed of some sort of creamy potato/rice which also was really tasty. Least good was the dessert; mille feuille with a walnut praline served with ice cream. The ice cream was real vanilla bean ice cream and delicious but the mille feuille had too much chocolate and was too heavy. After ...
... recommendations. Some people find that insight into our interests unsettling. I have no problem with it and, in fact, welcome the practice...that is until recently.
Before heading off to Asia, I decided to visit friends and family. My mother, sister, niece and nephew live in Charleston. When the kids arrive, the scenario is always the same; they yell "Uncle Jon", give me a hug, then bum-rush grandma ...