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Travel Blogs from Charleston
... driver as we all drove downtown in the Sachmobile. Charleston is a cool laid back city. Seemed like the people there were either super rich or super poor. We wandered the streets and checked out the city market, where you can watch locals weave baskets. Today being September 11th the flags outside the custom and excise building were flying at half mast, and people had written messages of sympathy on the pavement.
... The campus is very cool. All the buildings look like castles. The barracks each have a courtyard with a red and white checkerboard painted on the ground. We talked to a Cadet who told us a little about barracks life. We were able to walk up to the football stadium, but we couldn't get inside. Instead we walked the perimeter to peek inside. Very nice campus. After ...
... zoo and I stroked a deer, and a goat. There were lots of other small animals there too and very few kids, just us adults.
After that we left the place and drove back after avery good day. It was still hot, but less overpowering than the first half of the week.
Ordered pizza from Pizza Hut again. It took me forever to get the girl to understand my order and the hotel we wanted it delivered to. A nightmare! arrived ten mins late with no plates, but what the ...
... The wreck is still there and they decided to open a restaurant at the site. Brian and I had been there several years ago but it was definitely worth a second visit. Any type of seafood you want grilled or fried. I think everyone really enjoyed their food. Shem Creek is on the other side of the Cooper River from Charleston in the Mt. Pleasant area and the location where the shrimp boats come in. You can go down to the docks and buy shrimp straight off the boat. I ...
... town, so well preserved they don't even allow cafes and restaurants!)After several hours of that we jumped back in the car and headed out the 10 or so miles to our hotel, the Inn at Middleton Place is a hotel/Inn on the banks of the Ashley River in the grounds of the former Middleton Plantation. (These are rice plantations here, not cotton) The Inn itself is a group of modern buildings about 10 minutes walk from the plantation house itself (though what is there now is ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility