Sleep Inn Charleston
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... happen? I'll be a complete disaster, won't be able to stand up on the board, will fall right off if I do get up, will look ridiculous. So what! I've never been invited to paddle board before, may never get a chance to try it again...let's go!
We head out to the beach with my faithful expedition photographer documenting every step of the way. Tracey is a wonderful teacher and before I know ...
... of the original since it was shelled into rubble and then had a 1900 gun emplacement built on top of it. Supper at The Wreck of the Richard and Charlene, an unique, hidden away seafood place that's open from 5:30 til 8:30, unless they run out of food and close early. Everything was super fresh and I had on oversized platter of oysters and shrimp, lightly breaded and perfectly fried. The name comes from a shrimp boat that was driven ashore in ...
... a drink at Closed for Business, a “eclectic draught beer” bar that was recommended. You felt like you were walking in to a up north lodge owned by a garish hunter. There were small little stuffed critters scattered throughout the bookshelves back bar in front of 40+ taps of unusual, hard to find & seasonal & special releases. There were marquee lights and a fireplace complete with a mounted deer head. I had the Molotov Cocktail, ...
... the birds working for their meal among the marshes. And the hot, hot sun watching over it all. Walking along the dock, you could feel it in your bones, that connection with the land. To me, this is the real beauty of Charleston. The architecture is fantastic, the history is unbelievable, the shopping and the food wonderful, but it is the slow, certain rhythms of the sea, the tides, and the marshes that is the real draw of this area.
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... this City Market. You can also find basket stands along Hwy 17 leading into Mt. Pleasant. I found a perfect one made by a lady named Janie Palmer. She was there weaving baskets with her daughter who was learning the art. After the market we walked down to the Waterfront Park area. This is a beautiful park along the Charleston Harbor area. We toured The Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon. The building was built in 1768-1771 and is one of the last formal structures built by ...