Red Roof Inn North Charleston
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and then come back up). It has survived countless hurricanes, floods, earthquakes and human interference.
Walking around and touching this tree was a spiritual experience. Other visitors talked in hushed tones and a sense of being in the presence of something truly remarkable was felt by all, I'm sure.
From the sublime to the ...
... You are so much more. And by God you are completely worth it.
Then again I don't know you, or your story. Maybe you are trying your hardest. Maybe you're giving all you can. Maybe deep down you know just how amazing you are. Be that middle
school brat that knows you are amazing!
I'm not going to ask you to promise you will try. What's the point of an empty promise?
... 2 years with 46,000 shells & more than 7 million pounds of metal fired at Fort Sumter. We saw some shells stll embedded in the 5 ft wide walls!! Like all wars this one has a complexed history & great human toll but this war preserved the United States. It was all really interesting, I just wish I could remember it all!
After Fort Sumter we took the Free Shuttle Bus into town & had a walk around ...
... houses that are long and narrow to minimize the width and maximize the number of homes along the street. The entry door is on the left or right of the house that opens not into the house, but onto an open porch that runs the depth of the house. Off the porch is a door that is the entry into the home.
After the tour, we drove back to the campground in Friday afternoon rush ...
... then gauge the true size of it, and it was rather big! This forced Lois to pick up her paddle for the first time, as she frantically rowed away from the danger in fright. We then moved on to the Boone Hall plantation, this is where one of the houses in the notebook is, and the only still used plantation in Charleston is. The approach to the plantation was stunning, lined with Giorgia trees, and a beautiful estate at, the end. Here we went on a tour of all ...