Creekside Lands Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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My day started out early. I was up at 4 and my dad had me to the airport before 5. I had my boarding pass all ready to go and it directed me to Spirit Airline's fast drop bag line. Well, that was the only line at the Spirit counter and there were a ton of people already ahead of me. And then, when I was the second person in line, they called all …
Charleston. The beautiful, quaint little city in South Carolina. And, by American standards, pretty old, with many of the buildings being built pre-civil war.
It sort of reminds me of Rye, East Sussex although totally different in age, yet so very similar in the quaintness and tourist attraction-bility.
The houses have a southern charm, the cobbled streets an old time allure and the alleys are explorable.
... the historic commercial district, and find a warm bakery for shared cup of hot chocolate. We retreated back to our warm digs and stayed in the rest of the day. The next morning, the sun came out but still cold, so we headed to Folly's beach for breakfast, then drove back over on Sunday for a long walk in the sunshine, albeit still crisp cool and windy. Got some more pix of the classic southern architecture. After ...
... take the sacred vows of southern matrimony, and the Birmingham regiment intended to join in the festivities. A quick wardrobe change in the parking deck of the South Carolina aquarium transformed the ragged soldiers of Fort Sumter into southern gentlemen who would have given Rhett Butler a run for his money and his belle. The climactic celebration of the Mardis nuptials was nigh, and Alpha Kappa was ready to give their all one last time.
... br> First stop in Charleston was actually an area called Mt. Pleasant and a place called Patriots Point. Patriots Point is home to a de-commissioned Destroyer Naval Vessel, an Aircraft Carrier (complete with various aircraft) and Submarine. We spent two hours there and didn't get to the submarine. The destroyer severed in WWII and was attacked by Japanese Kamakaze planes. It was interesting to watch a documentary on ...