The Meeting Street Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... an old man.
Jane said as her toes needed re-polishing, Meg needed some additional make up and James wanted a sewing kit? We could probably get knee support if I felt I really needed it, it's the old style nursing touches that I love about Jane.
After my knee surgery we made our way to Fort Bragg and things were starting to look up when after we missed the correct drive through booth, we ...
... day was one of my other favorite places, the Charleston Tea Plantation. It began raining on my way there and that made the covered front porch with large rocking chairs all the better. A great place to enjoy your free samples of tea while taking a little rest. There is a trolley tour around the property that explains how the tea is grown and harvested. You can also view a presentation on how the tea leaves are then turned ...
... Sumter....It was a brisk day and we were at the ocean. I'm never sure what I need more the ocean or the mountains…The wind almost kept us off the open deck of the ferry, but I could not pass up the view of the sea and the forts with a pane of glass blocking my view. We landed and had a 15 minute orientation about the site. As I stood in the whipping wind, I tried to imagine what it was like to be the Union soldiers who were being bombarded by ...
... of walking but nice to be out in the countryside. We got a bus from Charleston to the plantation but couldn't find anyway to get there on foot so, luckily, a local lady heard our accent, unloaded all her car and gave us a lift, what a nice person. The weather was hot and sunny. We had a tour around the famous house, various films had been shot there including the notebook. We then went ...
... eat every last bite, even if I had to sweat through it. Al and I actually fought over the last bites.
After lunch, we opted for some more history with a trip to Fort Sumter. A ferry departed from the Aquarium for $17 per person, allowing us 1 hour at the fort with 1/2 hour rides back and forth. Charleston Harbor is set up for battle, literally. Entering the harbor from the Atlantic in the 1700 - 1800's meant passing 4 or 5 forts. At ...