Days Inn Summerville - Charleston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... renting it out until it is a better time to sale. After moving out of our home in November of 2014 we took up residence in our fifth wheel. We moved to a friend's property, a friend that attends Miles Road Baptist Church (MRBC) alongside us.
Our time spent with our church family from MRBC has been so fulfilling. Our pastor has really played an important part in our decisions that we have made with regards toward our future. Pastor Palmer ...
... we had the vent open and didn't try to kill ourselves. Supper warmed us up and we played videogames while we cuddled under the covers. When we get all our blankets set up it can actually get pretty warm and we closed off the bed part of the camper with draped towels to help keep the heat in. We did both sleep with socks on which are not normal for us but we survived and slept pretty ...
... park home of over 293 different birds, I need a bird book! Bryan was very lucky to see a manta ray jump out of the water right off our bow he said it was one of the most incredible things he's ever seen...he figures it was about 4 feet across! We saw several dolphins and lots of pelicans finally I have a picture :-)
As we entered the Charlesten area it was very congested with happy Sunday boaters so of course we slowed down only doing 7 and wouldn't you know it ...
... we would spend 3+ hours there and did not have enough time to head to the Charles Pickney Historic Site. Shucks, I’ll have to travel to Charleston again.
We had about an hour to kill and decided to grab a quick bite for lunch at Taco Mamacita, another delicious delight. It was time to head to the hotel and get ready for the wedding.
#Rangerwedding and reception was a lovely event to enjoy the glow and happiness of a lovely, ...
... dating as far back as the late 1690s and down cobblestone streets lined with gas lamps burning. On our way back to the Scamp we walked through the main part of downtown where the yearly Christmas Parade had just ended. Charleston takes there Christmas Parade serious, there were large floats and huge parties that spilled off the stunning porches and out on to the sidewalk. People had on their Sunday’s best and sipped on all sorts ...