Courtyard by Marriott North Charleston Airport/Coliseum
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A mad rush at the breakfast area. Too many people arriving simultaneously. So many that Andreas grabbed a few things before quickly retreating to the room. People watching though with very fat ones to discreetly look at! A two hour drive if i remember quickly to Orlando and Universal Studios. Enormous parking area but they had that well organised so paying $16 to park didn't take too long neither to get to the designated area. A long walk, but everyone walking in the same direction, too ...
... the birds working for their meal among the marshes. And the hot, hot sun watching over it all. Walking along the dock, you could feel it in your bones, that connection with the land. To me, this is the real beauty of Charleston. The architecture is fantastic, the history is unbelievable, the shopping and the food wonderful, but it is the slow, certain rhythms of the sea, the tides, and the marshes that is the real draw of this area.
Well, back at the hotel ...
... The campus is very cool. All the buildings look like castles. The barracks each have a courtyard with a red and white checkerboard painted on the ground. We talked to a Cadet who told us a little about barracks life. We were able to walk up to the football stadium, but we couldn't get inside. Instead we walked the perimeter to peek inside. Very nice campus. After ...
... 1901 and is named after Lord Anson, who was the 3rd Englishman to go around the globe.
When we arrived it was starting to get dark, so we went for dinner. So we walked down the street to a Thai food restaurant near the Inn. I had Pad Thai and my parents had Musumon Curry. It was delicious!
Once we got back to the Inn I immediately fell asleep. I was so ...
... to a fantastic four days in Florida and possibly a stop at Hilton Head Island if we had time before our final destination of Charleston, SC. Savannah is ranked as 'the most beautiful city in America', although we didn't see much of this apart from the Savannah Sand Gnats baseball ground, who are a semi pro team that are affiliated with the New York Mets (who incidentally we are hoping to go see next week). After standing ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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