Francis Marion Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ways we grow up introducing ourselves in classes:
- Elementary school.
- My name is Jess. I like foxes, giraffes, and the color blue.
... where to stop for breakfast so we drove right in to town choosing instead to find a parking place and then find food. We drove past beautiful old buildings and houses that were well maintained and used by the College of Charleston.
We chose to start our exploration of Charleston in the heart of the old French Quarter and historic business district and found street parking right in front of the Powder Storage Building, where there were 29 little ...
... a Thai restaurant was still open for last orders on food so we went there washing our food down with some tasty cocktails and some shots which were complimentary as a southern welcome by the bar man. We then headed to the strip and did a bar crawl chatting to the locals along the way. The next day we grabbed some food and headed out into the old town whilst strolling past ...
... walking around, SO many people smiled at me and said hi. I thought I was in Niceville or somewhere like that. It was refreshing. Wandered around the shops, the waterfront, some parks, looking at old mansions. It was a full day of walking. I loved the feel of the city, and all the architecture. That night I started poking around on the Center for Women website and found a couple of women who started a coffee shop and utilized the ...
... the group. There was no electricity in the jail and only the guide had a tiny flashlight as she told us stories of some of the inmates and how their spirits played with them opening windows, closing doors, pushing them and tourists, and pictures people have taken where you can see outlines of people standing where there was nobody. As we continued the walk hushed voices were saying "let me go ahead, I don't want to be at the back". I ...