Kings Courtyard Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... leftovers tonight. Afterwards we took Harley for a walk to check out a bit more of the park. There is a lot of stuff here in the park including trails, a water park, conference center, cottages, primitive camping, fishing, disc golf course and much more. It looks like you could spend a lot of time here if you wanted to see and do everything.
OK, I got done early tonight so we are going to catch up with a couple of television programs and hit the sack ...
... White Point Gardens - as the name implies, it hosts a display of cannons etc.
Most of the mansions were built by wealthy merchants in the 19th century. The Heyward-Washington house dates from 1772. Thomas Heyward was one of the many signatories of the Declaration of Independence and, apparently, George Washington slept in his house!! The churches are impressive and plentiful - from the ship we could see many steeples! The ...
... s Point Naval & Maritime Museum in Mt. Pleasant: home of the USS Yorktown, an aircraft carrier from WWII. Mt. Pleasant is across the Ashley River and Patriot's Point is directly across from the city of Charleston, quite a view. We got held up in traffic for a bit on our way there. We crossed the Ravenal Bridge which is quite spectacular. Stephen got our tickets and we all gathered on the Hangar Deck for a short orientation. Then we went up to the Flight ...
... and I was just going to say to Tony as he glanced over my shoulder yet again, "who are you looking at?" when this familiar voice, and I cannot remember her words, spoke to me. Carrie was standing there. She flew down early from Ottawa to surprise me in time for my birthday dinner. Tony and Carrie, got me! They had been planning this for a long time and it was a wonderful, unbelievable surprise.
Needless to say, our fellow diners were entertained, the ...
... oak trees are several hundred years old and are beautifully covered with tons of Spanish moss. It's beautiful! After you park, the next stop is the Hospitality Center to book your house tour time. I was able to get on the first tour at 9:30. Photos are not allowed in the house itself as it is a private residence and you only see 2 rooms and a covered breezeway. The present home dates from the 1930s, but Boone Hall has been a working farm since the late ...