Market Pavilion Hotel
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... to the Battery area. So much renovation of amazing stately homes. Saw bumper sticker, Gut Fish, not Houses.
From Bay St. we could see Fort Sumter way in the distance. We passed on the shuttle boat to take us out there, but we visited the Museum. So much history.
Tomorrow we plan to make the 15 minute drive to Folly Beach, hoping to capture a Pat Conroy feeling.
... by 40 minutes or so and lo we landed in Sunny Charleston.
Actually in the morning Charleston turned out to be sunny, and cold...but warmed up pretty quickly. We drove into town, parked at the visitor centre (pretty well set up for visitors this place) and then proceeded to walk through the town up and down back and forth admiring the antebellum architecture and the genteel feel of the place (though arguably a bit over-precious in the oldest best-preserved ...
... home which has not been redone. Still partly furnished from the last owner in the late 1800's. Slave quarters at the back over the Cook house and the Stables..It was very interesting.
On the way to the Hotel Peter missed a couple of turns and we ended up going through the local Housing Estate...It was definately a lock the door and wind up the window area..thankfully we came through unscathed.
Checked into ...
Next stop charleston, after paying a million pounds for a taxi to take us two buildings away we got to the hotel. Now from what we'd heard charleston was supposedly one of the prettiest cities, nope! First the room was disgusting with flies everywhere and everything was falling apart.. The first time we used our sleeping bags was on top of the mattress...however just being excited about having a bed and going to sleep... Then we got woke up ...
... enjoy more of Asheville and the Grove Park Inn. Not a lot of cool stuff to share tonight but tomorrow will hold great adventures.
Night Night from The Shad
The drive from Orlando to Charleston is fairly pretty. It was a LONG day, though, so we were glad to arrive at the Holiday Inn here. Like Shad, I am ultra impressed with this Holiday Inn and the Holiday Inn brand as a whole. This particular hotel features a mini-fridge, kitchen sink, ...