North Charleston Inn
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... 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
... so bright. Seems like in Isles of Palms everyone gets around in golf carts. Beautiful homes. We ate tonight In a little cafe in the hotel next door. Good plain food. We wish we had known about it before spending a lot of money in other not so great restaurants. Just finished walking the residential neighbourhood around our hotel. ...
... cabinets were painted with communal “art,” there was no furniture besides a high top table and three chairs, the living room carpet was stained and tore and the bathroom was covered in hair, mold and who knows what else. It was worse than any college apartment I had lived in.
Mysteriously the stove was pretty clean, however, the kitchen was devoid of any cookware so after a quick meal of Velveeta Shells & Cheese with bacon ...
... the site that the southern insurgents saw as they looked out over their firing canons at the Union fort in their harbor.
The Battery area was at the southern tip of the city and was our point of return back thru the city. The return trip would be thru a residential section of the city that house homes from before and after the Civil war. The homes, unlike the large palatial mansions of Newport, were large family homes of the rich and famous of 19th ...
... were "dolphin hunting!" Sure enough, right at the low tide mark, a couple dolphins arrived. They swam up and down the river for about 30 minutes, but we never saw them strand fish. The sign back at the parking lot said you had to stay 50 yards away from the dolphins or they would not come up on the bank, and the rest of the folks who had hiked there for the event apparently either had not read the info, or were totally disregarding it because they ...