Francis Marion Hotel
Travel Blogs from Charleston
So I was headed for another great city, this time in South Carolina to Charleston. I love Charleston. It is a beautiful place, full of history and nice people.
Charleston is a cross between Wilmington and Orlando to me. You have the historic parts and the water and beaches of Wilmington (plus North and South Carolina …
... were at best average. Marc looked a little sad.
Back at our frog\bug infested camp we all did some laundry. So a pretty low key day, I actually feel bad making you read this. I was nodding off a bit while i was writing it, so god knows what reading it was like. If you have persevered and made it this far, then i say thank you and i promise to do more exciting things tomorrow.
Until then i love you byyeeeeee.
... fruit. Listed on the National register of historic places, the nine original slave cabins contain pre-recorded presentations about different periods in black history. The slave street and history talk began at the Avenue of Oaks (250 year old trees) These trees inspired the film Gone with the Wind. The highlight of the visit to the plantation was definitely exploring the Gullah culture! This was a 35 minute live presentation by a dynamic black woman that told of the life of the ...
... had another opportunity to nap. Felt much better when he got back (awake) so went back to town for a steak dinner and then off to an old jail tour. We grouped together and were told stories of the jail, the hangings, the overcrowing (a jail meant for 150 holding 1,000) and went in. We went up the stairs and into a room and Chris couldn't stand the heat and had to leave. (was it the heat? or the ghost stories we heard?). So I was on my ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center