Renaissance Charleston Historic District
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... Vodka and take our place on stools at the said bar, a couple of minutes later a Two guys take the stools next to us and they are soon talking to us about our trip and stuff. Turns out they are a couple of squaddies on some sort of trip away and by the looks of it most of that trip they have spent in the bar. 60 minutes of chit chat and another few drinks one then the other has to go to bed which leaves us the last ones standing. Very impressed we retire to our room about 11 ...
... 8217;t booked any ships excursions as my research had shown that we could see a fair bit on our own. We wandered round the market area and checked out all the stalls – some pretty neat stuff – but I restrained myself!
Then we booked ourselves onto one of the horse drawn carriage tours. It was excellent value and considerably cheaper than all the ships options. It’s all very well organized and they ...
I am excited about visiting Charleston. It is one of the oldest cities in the US and where our country got its start. It is in the Deep South (meaning the Carolinas and Georgia) and has been depicted many times in the romance novels that I devoured when I was younger. Now, I was going to experience Charleston. It was exciting.
The skies are gray and dripping water making the world wet and soggy and our moods heavy as we ...
... the USS Yorktown. A well laid out walking tour, they traversed every inch. Since I was not there I have borrowed a few facts. They said it was "incredible".
The USS YORKTOWN (CV-10) was the tenth aircraft carrier to serve in the United States Navy. "Under construction as BON HOMME RICHARD, this new Essex-class carrier was renamed YORKTOWN in honor of YORKTOWN (CV-5), sunk at the epic Battle of Midway (June 1942). Built in an amazing ...
... To be honest, it's a pretty amazing place. The further we got into the city the more beautiful it became. Three words that come to mind are: quaint, historical and southern. Some of the houses we saw along the waterfront are among some of the most amazing I've seen, but at the same time, the town is not very large so most of it can be seen easily.
Ted saw a Thai restaurant and suggested we return for dinner. We went back to the hotel and had a nap (seems like ...