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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... children learning how to load and fire a cannon and then load and fire a musket. Sheree watched the scooter and children being lined up and counted off in firing lines while Ted was off finding quarters to feed the meter. So cute, and as they left and headed out they passed us some talked about saving their money to come back and buy their own muskets for $150.00 from the gift shop.
Our first destination was the oldest continuous market in ...
... 3 million a floor. It was 3 stories high. We went to the Charleston Market and ate at the Noisey Oyster. Had me some greens I did, along with some other scrumtious stuff. The ride along the water front and the park on the point is awesome. Some very famous and wealthy folks had homes in this area. All places were well kept and the grounds were beautiful.
Seeing how we were so close, we decided to drive on up, yep Millie ...
... shops, markets and public buildings. When we reached the southern tip of Charleston we stumbled upon a museum containing the treasures of a Privite collector. The collection was huge, undoubtably going into the billions as it held artefacts which predated Christ and belonged to various monarchs worldwide. That night we went out again and were bought many drinks by the stars ...
... bro, Joey, 6 months. Mada s'mores over the campfire. Saturday: Kath - Another walk on the beach. Flew my new micro frog kite from the deck. Went to town -FB- for a bit of souvenir shopping then had lunch at the Lost Dog -shrimp and crab cakes benedict. It was great to finally great there after having virtually visited it in all of Bill Noel's FB mysteries. Then home for a nap, swim, and sit in the sun. Great shrimp dish with aromatic rice ...
... 8217;s most exquisite dwellings. Located in Downtown Charleston near High Battery, the Nathaniel Russell House Museum, 51 Meeting Street, is widely recognized as one of America’s most important neoclassical dwellings. Historic Charleston Foundation purchased the National Historic Landmark in 1955, and the house served as the Foundation’s headquarters for 37 years. Today, the interiors are restored to their original 1808 grandeur ...