Belmond Charleston Place
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Yes the hotel is beautiful and centrally located but many are. The staff is outstanding and the service on the club levels is appropriate of Orient-Express.
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... areas after 5:00. We enjoyed drinks and apps at Tabouli restaurant/bar while we awaited for the night market to open. After looking at some of the local artisans' wares, we walked through the art gallery district window shopping. At one gallery, we peared in through the windows and tried the doors only to find it closed. However the young lady working invited us to come into the ...
... it was because he confused it with an Australian car and thought the steering wheel was on that side.
Today we got the chance to explore the city a bit more. I had arranged for us to do a walking tour of the city with a local. After a simple hotel breakfast of bagels, coffee and not much else, we drove back into the city and tried to conquer the challenge of parking again. We were lucky to find a nearby parking garage to avoid the hefty ...
... headed out of Charleston on Old Savannah Highway; ended up not far away in Walterboro, SC. On the way we ate at Hubee D.'s Tenders and Wings which was quite good despite it being a chain. We stayed in an EconoLodge in Walterboro; the front desk folks were friendly, and the price was right, but we were a little concerned when we noticed a police car in the parking lot with a policeman talking to a lady staying next door to us. Never did find out what happened....
... Mt. Pleasant. What a beautiful drive down the main road to the main house. The Avenue of Oaks was breathtaking with the long branches arching the road and the Spanish moss overhanging. It was more than I could hope for. We took a tour of the house (4th one to stand on that spot- this one from the 1930s) but had furniture of the 1800s. The tour guide was really good, a local who told us funny little southern tidbits of info. Next we took the tram tour of the land. Lots of ...
Day 28 15th September James Island Camping Park Charleston South Carolina
Guess what – 6:15am and a real street cleaning truck starts working its way back and forth, back and forth, back and (etc etc) to vacuum a near by car park. For "guests" the night quiet period is law until 7am! Shouldn't have moaned about 4am mossie spraying at Yee-Haa.