Days Inn Summerville - Charleston
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... Southend Brewery where Marc had assured us they had the 2nd best burger in he whole of America (Apparently the best burger can be had on the Florida keys). With such a glowing recommendation coming from our esteemed co traveler myself and Les ordered the burger and licked our lips in anticipation. Well I'm sad to say that Marc's memory is either not very good or the brewery has made some major culinary changes for the worst as ...
... shops. Watching Nadia, i had flash backs to myself at 13 when I traveled with my parents and thought everything they did was horrifying. She clearly would have given anything not to have been associated with us, but to her credit she didn't complain too much. Since we stayed so long in Nashville, that gave us the opportunity to stop for the night in Greenville, South Carolina and see my step sister and her family. I haven't seen them since Memorial Day 5 years ago, so ...
... trying to get into our room so we barricaded the door with the table and chairs, there was police sirens going off everywhere and it was quite traumatic so yet again no sleep.. We spoke to the security guard later who said there were shootings going on across the road!!! And the guy managed to get away so they were searching for him... We checked out a day early! And are no en route to Atlanta with a quick stop in Columbia.. Fingers ...
... of Thomas Heyward, built in 1803. He was one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. I have been fascinated just with seeing the little pieces of American History come to life on this trip.
We walked along the waterfront which led us to White Point Gardens and the site of Fort Moultrie, a Revolutionary War historic area. The statue below is tribute to ...
Today we awoke to cloudy skies. The forecast was for morning showers & afternoon scattered thunder storms. We boarded our bus at 8:15 am and departed the RV Park at 8:30 am, for a tour of Charleston and Fort Sumter. The first part of our tour took us through the streets of Charleston and the historic area. Charleston was founded in 1738, so there are many very old and ornate homes.
After the driving tour, we stopped at the home of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking