Clarion Inn - Mt Pleasant/Charleston
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... the Low-country in South Carolina. She sang, talked about how the slaves coped with their circumstances and had us with our eyes glued to her the whole time! The fancy house in the background may look familiar as it has been featured many movies, the Notebook and the North and the South to name only two. The current plantation house, built in 1936 by Canadian Ambassador Thomas A. Stone, sits on the site of the original plantation home. We were able to go inside for a look. We ...
... had another opportunity to nap. Felt much better when he got back (awake) so went back to town for a steak dinner and then off to an old jail tour. We grouped together and were told stories of the jail, the hangings, the overcrowing (a jail meant for 150 holding 1,000) and went in. We went up the stairs and into a room and Chris couldn't stand the heat and had to leave. (was it the heat? or the ghost stories we heard?). So I was on my ...
... of pancakes. And once you have made all your choices and have your food, as soon as your glass of water or your coffee is nearing empty it is refilled. As well as all this, people who seem to be genuinely happy to do their job and do it well.
Charleston is charming. An eclectic mix of old world charm and beautiful young people, great buildings and a wonderful character. A gorgeous little southern colonial gem of ...
... enticing flavors. The Pecan Praline Cobbler crowned with pecan streusel and cinnamon ice cream, garnished with fresh strawberries, whipped cream and a rich caramel sauce is the princess of decadent desserts.
Touted as one of the first white tablecloth establishments in Charleston, 82 Queen hosts 10 different indoor dining areas in addition to the outdoor courtyard. They also play host to a multitude of events such ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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