Creekside Lands Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... it was all about. There were dozens of easy ups placed along the edges of a good sized park, each housing an artist showing his or her works. Nearly all of them were painters, though I did see one booth that had photographs. There was a lot of talent displayed here, and many artists were actively working on their craft.
We were running out of meter time so we headed back to the Jeep. Along the way I stopped and took a picture of ...
... on the Battery, which is now a bed-and-breakfast and still owned by a Palmer family member. Ms. Palmer gave us a private tour of the lower level of the home and garden, providing us history of the mansion which was built by John Ravenel in 1848. She pointed out lovely antique furnishings and family photographs and memorabilia, and even introduced us to Harry Potter, her dog who happens to have a lightening ...
Yesterday around 1:30 the Bradford and Bevan's pulled into the driveway, cheery and not to weary from their early start to the day! Leaving behind the cold in Sudbury at 8:30 and travelling via Toronto with Porter they were in the warmth of Charleston at 11:40. They were glad to be here and we were glad to see them.
Foster and Ruby were snoozing, woke up when the car stopped and certainly wondered where they were. Starving on arrival, after satisfying ...
... have been a good idea. Having lived with multiple bathrooms for years it never occurred to me that having only one could be a potential problem. It wasn’t really a problem but I was dancing for a few minutes!
Donna and Ken came over about 10 and since it was still raining we were kind of flummoxed as what to do in Charleston on a rainy day. We finally decided to tour Magnolia Plantation and ...
Weather today was spectacular for us to discover historical Charleston. Clear blue skies, warm in the sun but cool in the shade made it ideal for today's walking group tour with Tommy Dew. We met at the corner of Meeting and Market St and ended up walking to the Battery. I really enjoyed this tour because Tommy was very in-depth on the history of Charleston and its place in American history. Learnt a ton. The tour ran for about 2 hours and Charleston is a gorgeous town with so much ...