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Travel Blogs from North Charleston
... driver as we all drove downtown in the Sachmobile. Charleston is a cool laid back city. Seemed like the people there were either super rich or super poor. We wandered the streets and checked out the city market, where you can watch locals weave baskets. Today being September 11th the flags outside the custom and excise building were flying at half mast, and people had written messages of sympathy on the pavement.
... was the Kiawah Island Golf and Beach Resort, an exclusive enclave located about 30 minutes from Charleston. While we had originally considered staying at Kiawah so Michelle could enjoy the beach and I could play among the five world-class golf courses on the property, we opted instead for the historic district of downtown Charleston.
We arrived at The Sanctuary, the five-star hotel on Kiawah, and it proved to be among the nicest hotels we have ...
... we have noticed since arriving in the US is that my sense of direction, which is normally non-existent, has improved dramatically and Dave's, which is normally excellent, has deteriorated dramatically. We figure it must be something to do with the hemisphere you are born in (or grew up in), but it is very noticeable and quite humorous.
Tomorrow we hope to have a bit more of a look around Charleston before heading off to Wilmington to catch up with Marie-Claire and Hal.
... some of those at 8.30pm which were divine. How good is the Southern hospitality???
The next day I woke up hoping for a clear sunny day because of where I was going today. Luckily for me, I got my wish. It was a beautiful day and I had a relaxing morning so I had a little sleep in and had breakfast which in a hotel like this, there was a lot of selection on what to have. I had organised a shuttle with a local company called SC BarCar for 10am. They were fantastic!!! They are just ...
... like grass, that it said that many a hunting dog has run out on it, only to find that it's actually water!
Our last effort was at the Audobon Swamp. John James Audobon, a French-American artist, spent much of his time here, drawing many species of birds for his collection. He was close to the Drayton family and thus the swamp was named in his honor. It's a collection of raised wooden walkways and trails. We saw numerous ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking