Church Street Inn, by Festiva Resorts
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Very helpful staff and a great apartment.
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I awoke early, 7:10 am, to James wrestling the covers again. So letting the family sleep in I went to breakfast and finished yesterdays blog, read the paper and drank coffee on my own, Bliss.....
Returning to our room at 8am the sleeping beauties were rousing themselves into our, by now, usual routine of showering, dressing, packing, …
We awoke late again but we were determined to be of our room by 11:30am. At 11:45am the hotel rang us to say we should have left by 11:00am. Well we compromised and finally left the room by 12 noon.
They kindly let us leave our bags in the hotel and the Beast in the car park while we went walkabout around Charleston. We headed to Kings …
... and slavery was actually a big business once in Charleston, which was outlined in the Old Slave Mart (now a museum).
Charleston also became prosperous due to nearby plantations of cotton. The city was almost destroyed by an earthquake in 1886 and Hurricane Hugo in 1989, and Charleston was not a desirable place to visit even in recent times, due mainly to crime. Now it is a major cultural tourist destination. Some of the sights we saw included Philadelphia ...
... night but we couldn't do much about that. We looked at some ideas for stops along the way to break up the day but found that we would not have time to do justice to any of them and determined that if we did stop, we may not get started again. We stopped for lunch though at about 2:00 at a chain restaurant, Bojangles. We had seen these several times since hitting the south. It is a chicken and biscuit place. With a two piece meal you get a biscuit, drink and ...
... train so I walked around and saw a barber shop where i wanted to get a haircut. I was 4th in line, and I knew that at the rate this guy was cutting hair, it'd be October before I got mine done, but i liked the vibe in there so i hung out for a bit. If the waitlist wasnt already enough to turn me off the cut, i soon realised that old mate with the clippers really only knew one style of haircut. Lets call it the 50 ...