John Rutledge House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... corner of the intersection. In its churchyard are the graves of John Rutledge and Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, signers of the United States Constitution. On the northeast corner of the Four Corners is Charleston City Hall, constructed in the Adamesque style between 1800 and 1804. Across the street, on the northwest corner, stands the Charleston County Courthouse, originally constructed in 1753 as South Carolina's provincial capital, the building was rebuilt in ...
... the parade ground to take a picture of the barracks. Then we walked down to the end of the field to take a picture of the huge class ring that has just be installed recently. On the way back to Charleston we passed Joseph P. Riley Stadium where the Charleston River Dogs play, a farm team for the Yankees. Then we went to the Battery where we saw many large beautiful houses along the Ashley River. We stopped at White Point Garden ...
... up to a preserved woods and wetlands area that is quite scenic. And it has been great here for two nights. We have been tooling around on our bicycles everywhere here and have really enjoyed it. This is the last leg, now. I don't know exactly where we will end up - maybe the Outer Banks. Maybe creeping slowly back west to home, stopping along the way as we please. It's an unknown. Which is nice at the moment. Our last month of unscheduled bliss. See what tomorrow brings... Love to all, C& ...
... too much sightseeing. We decided to walk down King street a bit and find a quick bite to eat. We stopped at a place called Kickin`Chicken which although looked a little like subpar pub food, turned out to be really yummy chicken. Neither of us could finish our plates so we took it to go for the next days lunch. We walked around a little longer before heading back to the van. We drove to James island and spent the night at a ...
... impressed at the sheer size of the carrier. I don't think we'll get many more opportunities to explore one of these again.
I had heard that the Isle of Palms was worth visiting so we headed there next. This place was more like a seaside beachfront area, with some beautiful houses (picture the neighborhood from the Truman Show) with restaurants and ice creameries. After this, we thought we would take a quick drive through the Holy City just to get our first look. ...