Governor's House Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Continental Breakfast
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When we woke up this morning we were already in Charleston, New Carolina. A small city of only 100,000, the port was right there in the city. We left the ship very early and ran into a lady who advised us to walk down to Battery Park as a starting point for our city tour. We were advised that it was going to be very humid and this was not understated. Built in the late 17th, early 18th centuries the houses on the tip of ...
... took the off-ramp and got back onto the 17 once again to finish the last 35 miles of our journey to Charleston. The place we are heading to is called James Island County Park and Campground. This campground was recommended by Tommy, the man we met from South Carolina while staying in New Smyrna Beach.
We entered the city limits of Charleston and it looked like we were in the midst of modern civilization again. Car dealers, ...
... amp; the weather was perfect. We spent a bit of time on the beach in the afternoon, back on Kiawah Island, trying to catch some sun. But it was quite windy, so we cut our "sunning" time short. Instead we took a LONG walk down to the end of the island, to "Captain Sam's Inlet" which was a place of frequent dolphin sightings. We did see several. Though none close enough to get a good picture with my iPhone On the way ...
... were. On that type of scale I think I would be able to place the finest piece of silk around my doorway.
The streetscape of Charleston is wonderful, the heritage area is strictly controlled and residents are not allowed to do anything to their homes without permission of many regulatory bodies. They are keeping the history of the city true to its origins. Well done.
There was so much more to see, time was our enemy, we have to ...
... a table cloth for the picnic table. We all got to look at some impressive 5th wheels. Wow, they are nice. Ken has the truck so if he can find one that he can mount a motorcycle lift on he’ll be in business.
We dropped Ken and Donna off at their hotel and we headed back to the campground to try to level the coach and get ready for the evening. Leveling took a bit more time than ...