Courtyard by Marriott Charleston Waterfront
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Off bright and early into Charleston on a bit of a grey morning that promised sunshine later, Carrie and I found ourselves at the water taxi. We were dropped off by the boys as they scooted off to the USS Yorktown at Patriots Point. We were heading downtown to walk a bit in the French Quarter and find our way downtown. We were cold when we boarded the water taxi but warmer than some of our fellow travellers, Americans who are not used to this cold front. They know ...
... with beach towels, and other sandy items. We are having a blast.
There are a few more families, a few more walkers, a very few. It is a quiet spot. We pieced back together the shell of a horseshoe crab. Wondering what may have eaten the innards we decided it probably was a raccoon or a bob cat. After a game of cards, and "Would you rather" the day came to an end. We are all embracing early to bed, early to rise.......
... were hoping we would buy tours from them tomorrow but when we told them we were leaving they offered us some advice where to get dinner and a place where Ted could get a good ginger beer. Later when Ted was walking down the street drinking his ginger beer, a couple of different people thought he was drinking beer on the street and warned him against it. It is against the law in Charleston. Considerate folks. They also advised us that it is not against the ...
... day and made our way to the Noisy Oyster for dinner. Matt & Jen shared the Noisy Oyster Steam Pot which involved using a number of different implements. Sarah at one point said 'it's kind of embarrassing seeing you eat with your fingers'. Fair enough!
A short walk back through the well lit streets and we're ready for our longer drive to Charlotte, North Carolina tomorrow.
Cheers, the Berrys
... most of the way. Nothing interesting to report there. About 70 miles out of Charleston, we turned onto Rt. 17 which brought us NE to the city. It was an unremarkable drive at first. We drove through about 40 miles of construction. It didn't slow us down much, but it had us weaving back and forth from the left side to the right, one-way over to two-way and back to one-way traffic, past piles of Carolina red ...