Residence Inn Charleston Downtown/Riverview
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... at a place called Reds which is right on the waterfront. It is prime real estate for afternoon sport, eating, people watching and of course, to have a few beers. There were also signs warning boaters about manatees and dolphins so I kept my eyes out for them... fail.
I hung around until Nate got off work, and he explained college football and it's craziness to me before we headed home. Tia was off to work so I rode with her to town ...
... I saw on Wednesday. No way, I couldn't believe it, almost all the same vendors were there except that guy. I did find a great little painting of Charleston homes. (I love to collect typical houses - paintings, sculptures, etc. - of places I visit.) Then I go toward my car, see the meter person starting a ticket, I go running, shouting that I am here, don't give me a ticket. He said he was after the car behind me. So put more money ...
Here is a selection of my dad's pictures (taken with a REAL camera, not an iPhone like the rest of the pix I've posted!!!). The pix are from Bangkok through Vietnam. I think my dad's real gift as a photographer is that he picks ordinary moments and captures people and faces beautifully. I think a lot of these pictures are amazing. ...
... re heading inland and up in elevation aka, the "highlands". Note: they call this “lowcountry” here, near the coast. That "lowcountry" word is used everywhere, lowcountry art, lowcountry dining, etc…. I asked some locals about this word and they laughed. They said it just means near the coast. As we go inland we’ll be passing through the “midlands”, the “piedmonts” and the “highlands”. Makes sense ...
... in our tour was a visit to Palmer House, a beautiful old home full of antiques right on the water front.
Our tour dropped us at the market and we had a look around and walked around the streets, there was amazing homes everywhere we walked. There were some trees starting to blossom and it smelt nice walking around. The town has a really laid back feeling. No one seemed to be in a hurry. We went back to the waterfront and saw some dolphins ...