Barksdale House Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... before being put in a dryer. They had samples out for you to try & even though I'm not a tea drinker I did try the ice tea & mint tea - both were very good!! We even enjoyed their gift shop & that's saying something!
Much of the wealth that built Charleston came from plantations. so on our last day we decided to visit Middleton Place, a restored rice plantation. It was a ...
... and no check in agent to be seen anywhere! Whilst Air Canada and United were going great guns, the Delta staff finally turned up. The agent seemed totally perplexed about how to put us on the earlier flight, but he was eventually able to check us in.
After going through security, we noticed our connection in Atlanta was over four hours later. I asked the agent at the gate if we could change to the earlier flight. After looking in her computer, she said she was ...
Today was chill out day so I went to a different section of the riverfront with Tia, her friend Mariel and Aeden. As my hopes were crushed yesterday from not seeing any wildlife, I was on serious dolphin watch. It didn't take long before a few popped their fins up and started playing around not too far off shore. Successful day no matter what happens.
We walked through the oldest neighbourhood in Charlestone and saw some crazy houses. Crazy in architecture, colour and size. ...
Early start again at camp. And might I just say that overnight the weather was ridiculously cold. Like I'm talking my sleeping bag did absolutely nothing. And I was fully clothed!!! We were off in the morning headed for Charleston, South Carolina. The drive was fairly uneventful. It seems most highways are two lanes and straight. Everything looks repetitive on the sides of the road too. When we arrived in Charleston ...
... a real mix again, forest, corn, cotton and peanuts, a few livestock places sprinkled about, and of course churches abounding. We had our picnic lunch in one spacious Baptist Church grounds, acres of neatly mown lawn around the impressive brick buildings. Some of the churches are very magnificent, others very plain, all have neat lawns.
The lawns of these states are very very extensive, huge acreages are mowed here, areas we would run a few sheep on in ...