Quality Inn North Charleston
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... distinction of being the only place where this particular type of basketry is practised. Here, the descendents of slaves from West Africa continue the tradition. As beautiful as they are and each one a unique creation, they are quite expensive but I sure would like to have one.
I enjoyed my first bowl of she-crab soup, a tradition of ...
... us to be modest, but does that modesty really help? Will that modesty really change how we view ourselves, or only help us hide in the sea of other modest people? On the opposite side of it, if we boast about our greatness, people will look down on you. They will claim that you are over confident. How is there a right way to describe
yourself when there are rules saying otherwise.
... provided an excellent launching point for several day trips allowing us to explore the flora and fauna of this amazing area.
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Casey & Jim
... outside the harbor. They were greeted as heroes on their return to the North.
During the rest of the Civil War, the Fort continued a to play an important roll, as well as during the Spanish and American War, WWI and WWII.
After returning to the harbor, we went to a small open air craft and food market in a nearby park.
On our way back to the campground, we decided to stop at the Swig and Swine for an ...
... seeing a lot of really cool old buildings as we'll as the harbor and the waterfront park. That night, while a few of the people went to the rehearsal dinner for Allison's sister's wedding, Ashtin and I took the opportunity to go to dinner by ourselves. We went to a restaurant outside of town called the Fat Hen. It was an old house converted to restaurant. Really really good food. After dinner we went to see the Angel Oak tree, which is one of the oldest oak trees in the ...