Sleep Inn Mount Pleasant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 4000 passengers. Big business and true mass tourism. The checking in when we finally got to our ship, Westerdam, quick and easily done. Straight to our state rooms and from there straight up to Lido restaurant to eat from the buffet! I felt a bit rushed and we didn't have much time before we had to partake in the compulsory life boat exercise. When that was dine we all settled into the cruise mood eg we explored the ship in a leisurely manner and reminisced about ...
... she talked us into going to visit a time share presentation the next day, in order to get all our tours for free. It's only 90 minutes she said..
We shrugged and figured we could endure a hard sell in order for free stuff. As it turned out we where right, and I think we got lucky as the guy doing the sales pitch was a decent gent, and quickly figured we wouldn't be interested. I actually liked having a chat with him as he was a local, and we ...
... flew a kite (which was one of her happiest moments in life). We then went back to Kelly and John's house where Kelly whipped out a gourmet dinner for us then they took us to a strip of bars on one of the rivers and apparently in the south, bringing your children and dogs into these establishments is normal and completely socially acceptable. The south is doin somethin ...
... the mansions here attest. The Drayton family built two mansions on the Ashley River Road and we toured both. Drayton Hall is unrestored and survived the scorched earth policy of both the British in the War of Independence and the Union forces during the civil war. It still has no electricity or plumbing and remains untouched since the 19th century. The other Drayton home ...
... and the Civil War. Over 70 acres of gardens grace the estate, being the oldest major public garden in USA, and 500 acres of plantation. A huge Antebellum homestead, and a street of slave cabins on the property.The walking paths and lakes are covered with weeping American Oak trees, dripping with Spanish moss. The grunting noise of the occasional alligator in the murky waters, made us very sure footed on the slippery paths following the water. Our ...