Econo Lodge North Charleston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... place for many of the slaves who lived, worked and died at the Drayton Hall Plantation. Many of the slaves when free chose to stay at Drayton. The last of many generations passed away in the nineties at the age of 89. He was still working at Drayton, like his father before him, like his grandfather, like his great grandfather and so on. He had a place of honour in his senior years, greeting visitors on the porch of the Gift Shop.
... provided an excellent launching point for several day trips allowing us to explore the flora and fauna of this amazing area.
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... THANKS Jud- then present exchanges, photos and lots of wine. Bruce - IHOP for breakfast. Drove into Charleston but forgot phone/camera so could get picture of the Hunley repro at the museum. Off to Sullivan Island early afternoon and a late lunch on a beautiful porch at Gillian's of the Isle of Palms road. 6 raw oysters and a dozen small hush puppies. Back in time to enjoy Jamie's BBQ pork, red potatoes and corn on the cob. Sunday: Kath - ...
... had we known about this. The soup was the best that meal as it was tasty, included unusual ingredients and served in an interesting manner. The plate was put before you with a dollop of sour cream I think and then the soup was poured over this out of a thick black iron cast kettle. There were huckleberries in the soup and the waiter wasn't really able to explain what this berry was do I guess we have to remember to look it up ...
... then wind, then clouds, then a severe downpour, but as we approached Charleston, the temperature was about 72 degrees F and clear. We checked into Joan's recommendation of the Best Western on the outskirts of the city and had time to sit and relax a bit before heading into town for dinner and exploration. When we were checking in, we found out that there was a bus stop just across the street where we could catch a bus into town, so that became our plan. The ...