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 ...
... reality you are really aware of how
amazing you are.
The more we grow, and the more we are intertwined with society and their expectations, is when we truly lose sight of what makes us great. We focus on one thing that people notice the most, whether it's external or internal. That's the one thing we hold on to. Why focus on that one thing when there is so much more to you? You're not just that ...
... 12, 1861. The Fort is located on a man made island built on a sand bank. On the 30 minute ferry ride we.had nice views of Charleston bridges, the historic aircraft carrier USS Yorktown & best of all some Dolphins playing in the bow wave! Once at the Fort a Ranger gave a summary of the 34 hour stand off that happened there between the North & South. The North withdrew & the South held the Fort until 1865. During that time the longest siege lasted ...
... Charleston is that you cannot buy a building in old town, level it, and build new. Instead, you have to restore the outside to original, and may do whatever you wish to the inside and use it for whatever purpose you chose. They take a lot of pride in their history and they have a lot of history to be proud of.
Most of the original homes are called "single" or “single ...
... but our biggest confrontation came towards the end of the journey. A local guide was on a boat and asked if we had seen 'them' yet, so having a clue what he was on about, we saw him point towards the water, where a massive alligator lay with just his eyes above the water. Being in a small 2 person row boat, we didn't feel in the safest position. But with me in control of rowing we got a bit closer! As we did approach, the gator rose from the water, and ...