Governor's House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... 12, 1861. The Fort is located on a man made island built on a sand bank. On the 30 minute ferry ride we.had nice views of Charleston bridges, the historic aircraft carrier USS Yorktown & best of all some Dolphins playing in the bow wave! Once at the Fort a Ranger gave a summary of the 34 hour stand off that happened there between the North & South. The North withdrew & the South held the Fort until 1865. During that time the longest siege lasted ...
... the Gibbs Art museum, as well as the local museum, learned lots about the plantation rice growing at the latter. The Art gallery had a small and interesting collection with a great temporary show from a young artist from Florida called John Westmark. He does collages of paper sewing patterns on canvas depicting strong courageous women.- really interesting works.
We managed to get drenched on our trip to Fort Sumter - huge storm came ...
... been here we went to downtown Charleston and took a small tour van around the city. Lots of beautiful homes and interesting history of the Revolutionary War and Civil War. We also went to a plantation and toured the house and gardens. There are a lot of plantations in this area so we just picked one. All the plantation homes in the area are post ...
Our condo is very nice inside, a bit of luxury. A sort of community built around a lake, with many birds - seagulls, egret and darters, which are called anhinga here. We watched an osprey catch a fish this morning, and the ravens were trying to steal it. We are under the flight path for the Air Force, but this doesn't worry us so far. The Boeing factory is close by, and we saw the 747 Dreamlifter, their huge cargo plane this morning. It was amazing.
... out of the city because the bus stops were right at those places which made it super easy to get in to the old city via the awesome bridge. The bus drivers got to know us. They were most helpful. One day we had the entire bus totally to ourselves. It was like having OUR OWN LIMO - although not as pretty. LOL
On the weekends we stayed at the Oakland KOA campground farther out of town to catch up on all the necessities and for ...