Charleston Plaza Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... along the S. Edge of the property.. We even saw an alligator sunning itself on the bank of the pond. Then we drove through Summerville for an overpriced cafe latte....pretty village but not great latte. Then to Mt Pleasant and down to Patriots Point....under construction... Never did find the town center. We did find a Whole Foods and bought cold chicken, bread and salad for dinner.. We had a nice Chilean White wine too....then a walk around the area and now to ...
... the Girl Scouts), Bonaventure Cemetery and dining at Uncle Bubba's. Savannah is a wonderful city to visit and we're so happy we had the opportunity to see it with Cheryl.
From Savannah, we traveled up the ICW to Beaufort, SC and stayed at Port Royal Marina. The marina staff there is great. In the afternoon, we borrowed the courtesy truck to see downtown Beaufort with Cheryl . The next day we rented a car to jockey our car from Savannah to Isle ...
... to Isle of Palms to join them at a pool party. We spent an hour at the beach, which was way more croweded than Folly beach, more dirty and somehow smaller and not that nice and beautiful how Folly beach seemed to me. Then the guys picked us up and we drove to a house near the sea with a lighthouse next to it. There were people from lots of different countries at the pool party, mostly au pair girls from Europe. We had a lot of fun there swimming in the ...
... nicest of weather. When it got dark, we decided to continue on with what we were doing the night before. As you will be able to see in the photos, we were having some fun with long exposure and sparklers. Sad thing was that we used up all the sparklers on the 3rd and EVERY store had run out of them for the 4th. So we thought glow sticks would be the next stop. I will ...
... local delicacies like pecan candy. For lunch we ate at two restaurants. Oysters at Hyman's Seafood and fried chicken at Jestine's Kitchen. We only ate raw and fried oysters at Hyman's and they were nice but not terrific. Hyman's only has an average ranking but $7 for a dozen oysters and $2 beers during happy hour was music to my ears. Lunch for us started at 3pm. Jestine's fried chicken was good but not as nice as Bertha's. They fry the chicken well but I think the key difference is ...