Francis Marion Hotel
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... roads and seeing the towns that were once stopovers for travelers up and down the east coast.
For a short while the 17 joins the I-95 but only for about 10 miles. I did spot some strange location names on the road along here. My pick for today is Coosawhatchie. I’m sure this has some special meaning to somebody, but I have no idea what. I think it might be a town but I also saw a sign that said Coosawhatchie River.
We began our day with a "shortly after sunrise" stroll to the beach. After a late breakfast, we drove into Charleston for a midday horse-drawn carriage tour of the historic district of Charleston. The tour guide had a lot of interesting stories and information. The antebellum style homes were beautiful. We enjoyed it very much. I always enjoy visiting & learning about different pieces of American history. The hour-long tour ...
... we went up to gift shop in the house and as we were walking around I heard someone mention Goldsboro. We chatted a few minutes and realized that I knew her college room-mate. Surely do wish could remember who it was but I have completely forgotten. The cashier heard me say I was from Kinston and we discovered that we had a mutual acquaintance. Small world but then Trent later told me “You’re not ...
My very favorite place in Charleston is Drayton Hall. There are many reasons it is my favorite, but the main one is the fact that this is a place of preservation, not restoration. Drayton Hall is the oldest unrestored plantation home in America and has survived the Revolutionary War, Civil War, earthquakes and hurricanes. It has survived modern progress and is just a joy to visit. I recommend arriving early so your house ...
Yesterday we went to see Fort Sumter where the first shot of the Civil War took place. We had to take a ferry out to the fort as it is on a little island in the Charleston Bay. It was used during the Civil War and the Spanish-American War. After we got back from there we toured the USS Yorktown Aircraft Carrier which is docked ...