Charleston - Days Inn Historic District
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Woke to a beautiful day along the coast. Apparently a thunderstorm moved in last night while I sleep (Larry heard and saw it), and took much of the heat and humidity with it. After a lovely breakfast at the B&B, and relaxing a bit, we checked out of this special spot, and headed for a walk on the beach. What a great place! We walked for a while …
... to protect the city since the Hurricane in the 60' s which destroyed most of the homes around the waterfront. Everything had to be rebuilt exactly as it was before it was destroyed, even today if a building is falling down they keep propping it up until it can not be done anymore before you are allowed to rebuild. Then we went to Joseph Ma****ult House which was the first Adams style mansion in the city and was completed in 1803 and today ...
... care. Surely do wish I knew the outcome of that situation but I know a lot of prayers went up for him.
We left the campground headed for IHOP and apparently a lot of people had the same idea. We only waited a few minutes though and then we had a delicious breakfast. Afterward we headed toward downtown Charleston with plans for a carriage ride. We bought tickets from a vendor who scheduled us for an ...
... even on a dreary day.
I started off at the Visitor Center. I find this to be a great place to park and make as your base for exploring Charleston. Parking is not free, but is a maximum of $16 per day and all other parking areas seem to be similarly priced. Plus you are then where the free trolleys all stop and there are restrooms and people to help you plan your day. I asked about indoor activities and the lady gave me a ...
... pretty seedy neighborhoods with boarded up old houses and abandoned storefronts. We made it to the market in just over an hour and were pleasantly surprised to see there was a live band, a number of craft tents, stands selling fresh, canned, dried, etc. goods and also a few carts selling hot foods including crepes, BBQ, burgers, sausages and other delicious smelling offerings. We found out that later that evening the annual Hanukkah Festival was ...