Town & Country Inn and Suites
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... Thursday. On Friday we were supposed to volunteer at a local animal shelter as part of Matt’s work “off-site” but unfortunately he had to work. Usually other office go away for an “off-site” but because the NY office is so big they arranged some local events instead. Later we checked into the Soho Grand Hotel before getting a bus to the harbor. BCG had rented a HUGE boat for the evening; I think it had four levels… Food and drinks were ...
... the Africans contributed their own methods of planting, hoeing, harvesting, threshing and polishing, which dramatically improved rice production capabilities. Our guide told us that Charleston was often referred to as the Ellis Island for Africans and in fact, nearly 50% of African Americans can trace some relative to this time. So many slaves were used on the rice plantations.
The Port of Charleston is also a very busy place with many large ships ...
... beautiful lit up. Charleston is a cruise terminal so lots of people in town but had a nice meal. 23rd April - back into the historic district by 9.30. Did a loop on the trolley bus and then had our usual Starbucks before walking around the very interesting streets .Did an excellent guided walking tour which was informative and entertaining. Historic Charleston has a nice feel to it but is ...
... got out for a walking tour on the architecture of some of the houses. From the Battery you could see Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor. We saw part of the Old Walled City and Rainbow Row, colorfully painted houses in the Battery.
Then we went through a neighborhood that is in transition from low income housing to the restoration of many of the houses. Stephen called in gentrification. We got stuck in traffic but Stephen ...
... it didn't take too long for the exploring to begin. Within an hour they were swimming at the pool and then down to the beach to see the shells. I had shown them a photo of the Starfish I saw that morning, so to find one of their own, became their mission of the day.
Nia is very helpful with Foster who is enjoying the attention he is getting from her and Ruby. Ruby wants to do everything Nia does so the excitement is at a high pitch. Exploring the ...