The Meeting Street Inn
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... mainly three story weatherboard and brick properties in the historic district, beautiful, and built from the mid 1700's. We found also found a handful of properties that must have been constructed in the middle of the night without the approval of the Historic Charleston Foundation.
We had a good ol' walk 'roun town and determined seafood was the right choice for dinner. We freshened up after another ...
... Center. Very neat!
I was getting pretty tired so I headed back to the car and back towards Charleston. The sun was finally coming out as I was leaving the island and I was wishing it had been out when I was walking on the beach but when you travel, you just go with the flow!
It's Easter Sunday so I am hoping to find somewhere other than McDonalds to eat dinner!
... only if you enjoy very expensive antiques and want to see a house packed floor to ceiling with them. We had a delicious lunch at Blossom and shopped into the afternoon .We ended the evening with a progressive dinner catered by Circa 1886.The ambience, the carriage rides and of course the company was excellent and we had a great time but the food was very disappointing.
Charleston is a spirited and beautiful town with great food, lovely buildings and ...
... street. A few of the windows were made of cardboard (one of which Kaitlyn witnessed a kitten claw its way over and out of), the parking lot was missing chunks of cement and there was a creepy old woman sitting in her chair staring at us every moment we were outside. If the exterior of the unit needed a little help, the inside needed a complete makeover. The kitchen floor was covered in rugs because the floor was ripped up and never replaced, ...
... a cruise ship across the bay, but the Navy beast was way more impressive.
The other tours booked included going on a horse drawn carriage around the old town, plus a boat trip on the harbour. More great freebies! It wasn't until we did the horse drawn carriage that we both warmed to Charleston, and started to realise why it's so popular. It helped that the driver had so much knowledge. He didn't hardly take a breath the whole hour with full ...