The Inn at I'On
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... the buildings were fascinating; roofs with cannon balls lodged in them from the Siege of Charles Towne in 1780, homes that held parties in 1860 when South Carolina seceded from the Union, Inns were Presidents tied their horses for the night and on and on. We went to St. Michael’s Church, the oldest religious structure in Charleston, where such men as George Washington and Robert. E. Lee worshiped. We strolled through numerous graveyards ...
... and the excitement of the dolphins, there was something else special about this place.....it was very subtle, very easy to miss. But there was something quieter, slower, something that spoke to me less of the elegant, elite South, and more of the everyday man working on and with the land and the sea, becoming a
part of it. The shrimp boats cleaning up for the day, the sea gulls circling around the boats, the marshlands stretching far and wide on one side of ...
... there are many old historic houses from the American revolution time period. Most of them were medical buildings for wounded soldiers and now privately owned. They must be worth $Millions.
After seeing the houses, we drove to Charleston. Here we are staying at the Ansonborough Inn.
http://www.ansonboroughinn.com. It used to be an old paper holding ...
... Such excitement for 9 AM! The rest of South Carolina
was pretty boring compared to that. I was hoping to see the ocean on
our drive, but we were mostly surrounded by trees. We did drive through
Myrtle Beach, which was not that exciting. Lots of traffic and lots of
mini-golf courses. The water was again too far away to really see. We
crossed the NC border and stopped for lunch at a Wendys. The real
... to feed and walk Maddie and break down our camp in preparation to head south.
8:30 in the morning, we are all set for Albany, GA. For some reason we trust our GPS and this time she does do us right, but we really need to get a printed Atlas just in case. After exiting 95, all the highways are 2 lane and weave through small town USA. In one town there is a $5 car wash and everyone ...