Days Inn Patriots Point
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... of that history to me was more present on the water than on the land.
After an hour we are heading back to mainland. Nice boat ride back. We arrive, I am driving, it is my turn today. Tony has suffered from some allergies and his new "experimental" contacts have elevated him from one eye to "I can not see anything"..... His itchy bug bites are starting to clear and he is not complaining anymore? He has had Benydryl, Reactine, Cortisone cream, Benydryl cream, but ...
... qualities. They also document stories of girls in sports on their website. You'll see Tracey's very cool camper van in the photos. It is set up with a rack on the back holding two paddle boards.
Tracey and Margo are heading out back to Atlanta later in the day, but want to have a paddle before they go, AND Tracey invites me to come out with them and give it a try! Ok, what's the worst ...
... s equivalent of 'the only way is Essex'- these people were equally as weird but probably friendlier. Waking up late for our final day in Charlestown we went on a boat tour of the harbour which was a really cool way to see Fort Sumta (where Americas civil war began) and gave a great view of the city. We finished the day with a rooftop drink before a crazy rush to catch the train to ...
Today was 19 degrees and overcast. The downside of this warm weather is that we are able to resume our morning walks, so we were out pounding the pavement for an hour and a quarter this morning. Not a very picturesque neighbourhood.
We are staying in North Charleston, so it took only about 15 minutes to drive into Charleston proper. It is a beautifully preserved smallish city, with free trolley buses doing several loops. It was ...
... was constructed for a cost of $200,000. This 24,000 square foot structure of 35 rooms and 23 period fireplaces currently is a private home that also serves as a museum of Southern luxury living.
Walking back into the town we passed St. Phillip’s Episcopal Church which aside from having one of the tallest spires in the city; it is also where John C. Calhoun is buried. Also along the way we pass by the old slave market where African slaves were sold as human chattel ...