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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... waters off Charleston about 15 years ago and has been under restoration for several years.
After our land tour, we were taken to the dock to board a boat for the second leg of our tour. A 90 minute tour of the harbor, actually, the Ashley and Cooper Rivers, and the surrounding waterways. It included a trip out to the mouth of the rivers where it meets the Atlantic Ocean. This is also where the remains of Fort Sumter are located.
The tour guide, ...
... is St Michael's Episcopal Church which was built in 1761 and it claims George Washington worshipped there in 1791!The Exchange and Customs House was built by the British in 1771 and later served as a prison during the Civil War. It's a beautiful building!We were very impressed with Charleston and would have liked more time to explore it. It has lots of museums and churches which we didn't have time to visit. Maybe another time! ...
... teachers who asked to get my blog. Larry had Holy City Pluff Mud Porter (pluff mud is what they called the dirt and water indigenous to the marshes of the South Carolina Lowcountry). The three women had Red Typhoons, recommended by our waitress. They were great and Cassie and I each had two of them. The three women got the Seafood Casserole and Larry got the Flounder as he is allergic to shrimp. The casserole was to die for, ...
... the beach is covered. After the Tides, the sand shifts and gets resculpted on a daily basis. Little pools of water are created and Sandpipers flit about looking for food in this basin of shells brought in by the waves. There is boating, fishing, crabbing, shrimping, kayaking, bird-watching, hiking, cycling, or just lounging by the water's edge. Of course there is golfing, you will hear about my mini putt experience ...
... bars (bar hopping), we have been to the beach and played in the Atlantic Ocean. Today some of us went to an African dance class (five drummers to keep the beat) and tried to swing our hips with the best of them! Later on we are cooking a meal together and then dancing the night away in the bars again... I feel incredibly content and very humbled to be sharing my time with a group of people who have clicked together in a unique way. We differ in age, culture, nationality, ...