Days Inn Orangeburg South
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- Outdoor pool
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- Refrigerator in room
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... most wonderful place. It had been on my list for many years and didn’t disappoint. We did a tour of the town and finished at a beautiful historic house on the waterfront. Had lunch at a great seafood place. Yummy. We visited a building which had a slave market. Good museum – very sad, of course. Slaves had previously been sold on the street but for the sensibilities of visiting foreigners by ship, it was decided to move the ...
... Also, all but one trail was flooded and even sections of the boardwalk path were under water, from recent floods. We walked as far as we could, looking at old growth hardwood forest and squirrels.
Then set off and arrived at Santee State Park. John spotted turkey vultures nearby. Beautiful wooded campground next to Lake Marion, largest lake in South Carolina, built by damming the Santee River in the 1940s. Warm weather at last. So good to be able to live outdoors ...
... road, you can see how ill equipped this part of the world is for storms. The highways was wet and not well plowed even though the snow had stopped several hours before. It was only 14 when we left though at about 10:30. We passed numerous accidents and abandoned cars...and two flip overs that happened right before we got to them. You look down streets and they weren't plowed at all. People were using gardening ...
... sloughs with water tupelo and bald cypress. Though you wouldn't know from looking at it, this area is actually not a swamp, because it's not always flooded. When the Congaree River floods, the area is inundated with water, but eventually, it flows back out to the river through small guts as the water level of the river goes down. Past the sloughs, we turned left on the boardwalk and followed it to the end at the ...
... OH and they had bought a home in FL...on their way to furnish it. Another guy we talked to was from Salem, OH. He sat with us and we learned he is a trucker who was taking his daughter to FL to college. Then there was an older lady there who also was headed to FL...never found out why...but she was from west of Cleveland! So, breakfast was an official Buckeye meeting! ;-) Off to our next ...