The Cottages on Charleston Harbor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
- Business Services
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... Whenever you can't say something nice about something or someone, it's customary to say that it/they had a great personality. This place had personality. The walls were covered with knick knacks or old photos. The tables were just old tables with old chairs, with just enough room between them to maximize the number of people in the room. The waiters were just young men in t-shirts. But, the main thing....the platters of food coming out of the kitchen were ...
Shimmy and Sama's day in South Carolina was nothing less then a high end escort giving out free ZJs behind your local store. The girls were once again awoken with breakfast in bed and then pleasantly surprised with a boat ride on the local rivers. Shimmy got to partake in some tubing (and for the second day in the row she was the happiest person on earth, despite the salt water enema). We toured downtown Charleston from ...
... Civil War.
After orienting ourselves to Charleston at the Visitors centre, we caught the ferry to Fort Sumter which also included an informative historic tour. Fort Sumter is a masonry sea fort located on a man made island in Charleston Harbor. It is best known as the site where the first shots of the American Civil War were fired, at the Battle of Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861. The site is listed on the National Register ...
... just so so.
This town has, again, a very different feel to it. Having crossed the USA, its been great to see a big diversity and Charleston is no exception. I'm not sure on first impressions, I would recommend anyone to visit here unless they're driving through, but its a nice stop and the area is really beautiful in natural vegetation. This area is famous for its plantation and also where the civil war started.
Next stop charleston, after paying a million pounds for a taxi to take us two buildings away we got to the hotel. Now from what we'd heard charleston was supposedly one of the prettiest cities, nope! First the room was disgusting with flies everywhere and everything was falling apart.. The first time we used our sleeping bags was on top of the mattress...however just being excited about having a bed and going to sleep... Then we got woke up ...