Courtyard by Marriott Charleston-Mount Pleasant
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... of nice brightly painted houses and definitely a place worth while visiting. Not that much to do apart from strolling around in the old town and not really anything fun to look at in the shops. Stopped for a drink at an outdoor place before going back to the ship in time for afternoon tea at 3pm . Similar to the Vollerdam with sandwiches, scones and beautiful looking pastries. Yummy. Had a spot of lunch too on our ...
... to rebuild, then the stock market crash of 29, then it tried to rebuild again, then WWII came, then in the 60's and 70's the suburban drift started happening and the city centre became a ghost town. It was only in the last 20 years or so that it has been finding its feet again. Just in time for our visit!
After the carriage ride, our last free tour was a 90 minute harbour cruise. This was an obvious choice, as you can't go too far wrong with a cruise. ...
... held a large monopoly on the cemetery. As our amazing researcher NCW couldn't find much information on the Pringles, we can only assume they're one of the oldest Charleston families.
A low country meal was necessary to end our time in Charleston. Of course, we needed shrimp and grits and fried green tomatoes. We knew going in, that Magnolias was one of the best restaurants in the city. We ordered our two favorites and ...
Hi from humid Charleston! We had another great breakfast this morning at the 1837 Bed and Breakfast. Following breakfast we took a 90 minute bus tour to get the lay of the city. Our guide gave us so much information, we were both a bit overwhelmed! Charleston has some beautiful old homes and buildings, but I have to say, I much prefer Savannah! After the tour, we decided to go back to a ...