Holiday Inn Express Charleston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I asked & they said bugs that bite!!
Eight-legged red chiggers' (Trombicula spp.) first-stage larvae are responsible for those itchy, swollen red bumps. They climb up vegetation for better access to passing hosts.
We saw 2 alligators, one on the lawn enjoying the sun & keeping a watchful eye on us while the other watched ...
We were both so hungover but i needed to get to my train, and Michelle had class to go to so we got in the car and squeezed in a quick brekky at a pretty outrageous southern diner. The waitresses had pigtailed hair and wore checkered red and white long sleeve shirts under their blue overalls!
As i hadn't seen much of the city, we did a little driving tour on the way to the train station, which sufficed for me ...
... day we have headed out in a different direction and today we drove over to the fishing hamlet of Mount Pleasant and Isle of Palms, to explore Fort Moultrie, scene of the first shots fired in the Civil War.. The bunkers below ground were also the sight of command post for WW2.…still in the condition it was operating in during their preparation for any invasion .
A sobering reminder of the memories of this area.
Shem Creek is also on ...
... an incredible tomato jam.
Locklear’s Bread Crumb crusted Mahi Mahi over jalapeno, bacon and goat cheese grit cakes, topped with cool peach chutney, served with sautéed snow peas and Roma tomatoes is something you will have to see and taste to believe, and the flavor is as beautiful as the presentation.
It’s hard to imagine you’ll have room for dessert, but the key lime pie, garnished with whipping cream and slices of fresh lime is ...
... is, it is both salty and pure. The floodgates were opened and the water sampled for saltiness and then closed when the operator, a young slave child, tasted the salt. The tour of the Slave quarters included much history of the process and history of how it all came to be. This was on our second tour. Our guide, Joe, from this area gave a very frank explanation of the slave days. The slaves spoke a pigeon language, made up of ...