Wingate by Wyndham Charleston University Boulevard
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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A very cold, rainy day!!! The morning was spent trying to figure out next steps. We drove over to see what the cottage looked like and couldn't get in but realized it was what we would prefer in location and ambiance. So we called Kristen MacSherry and arranged to move to it on Tuesday. We then went and got groceries at the great market in Freshfields ( they are so friendly and helpful), rain jacket and hat for jerry and went to ...
... we had the vent open and didn't try to kill ourselves. Supper warmed us up and we played videogames while we cuddled under the covers. When we get all our blankets set up it can actually get pretty warm and we closed off the bed part of the camper with draped towels to help keep the heat in. We did both sleep with socks on which are not normal for us but we survived and slept pretty ...
... is beautiful, it's full of old houses painted in pastels. Most houses have verandas and nearly all of them have a porch covered in Halloween decorations. We explored Charleston by horse drawn carriage. Visited the old slave market museum and learnt about the domestic slave trade. Visited the USS Yorktown WWII aircraft carrier (learnt a lot about FDR here). Finally we spent the day at the Magnolia plantation ...
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Shortly thereafter, the Birmingham regiment received reinforcements from a Georgia rider and his young bride. Combining their forces, the Roberts, Rivers, and Denton companies embarked upon their most daring endeavor to date, “The Charleston Ghost Hunt”. A tour guide from North Carolina, who dared to assume command of the tour, was the first casualty of Alpha Kappa’s war. If ghosts were to be tracked down ...
... the marsh. I saw lots of little crabs scuttling into their holes, but that was about it. The other main stop in the park is the Nature Center. Most of the walking trails are accessed in this area and there is also a fishing pier. I took the Nature Center Scenic Trail which is .7 miles one way. This trail is nice because you walk through the forest, across the lagoon and end up ...