WoodSpring Suites Charleston North
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... in downtown Charleston. It's a very European-looking old city, it was an important trade port, and one of the first built cities in the South, of course possible by slave work.
You wander through cobblestone streets, surrounded by colonial houses, shops, restaurants.
... departed for carriage tour. It was great, tour guide was knowledgable - we had Magic, a naughty horse. Afterwards we got slices of pizza and ate it at Waterfront Park. Had a long walk past Rainbow Row houses and along the Battery. Finally arrived home, enjoyed bottle of complimentary wine, watched tv/movies, watched caps win in overtime the Winter Classing, ordered Chinese from Leelee's Hot Kitchen. We took Uber to Kaminsy's ...
... 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 ...
... in the late 1700s. charleston and SC were important participants in the Revolutionary war and the Declaration of Independence. So then we walked down E Battery to E. bay and the Rainbow Row which are houses painted Pastel colors eg. Pink and purple and turquoise etc. it's part of the old French quarter which is really pretty....narrow alleys with window boxes and colonial homes in all sizes and shapes. After a coffee and a mint- lemonade we walked to ...
Kim went on the walking tour of historic charleston. I stayed home and baked in the sun hoping to dry up this cold. Guide knew his history since he grew up in the historic district. He cant afford to live there anymore. He told us about a house that was listed on his old street a few years ago for 23 million. Another house facing the High Battery has taxes ...