DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Suites Charleston - Historic District
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TripAdvisor Reviews DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Suites Charleston - Historic District
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... some shoes, thongs, and a dress and to die
for chocolate fudge. As JaM were interested in visiting the aircraft
carrier moored on the opposite side of the harbour we headed to the
water taxi stand while RaG explored the streets some more.
Unfortunately, the water taxi only departed every hour and after
waiting 45 minutes, we had run out of time to stop and explore the
carrier. The boat trip was interesting though as we saw some of ...
... several days and we are confident that we will continue to have good weather as we continue north.
While sitting outside I can smell outdoor cooking going on and people are passing by regularly on bikes and on foot. There are many dogs going by as well but Harley is content to just lie in the shady grass and watch. I think he is in his element here.
The folks across from us stopped for a chat. They told us they decided to ...
... Civil War and the current house was built as a weekend cottage. The original furniture had been burned but it was furnished with some of the pieces left from the family who owned the house until recently. The last owner died in 2013. The house was simple and elegant for the time with all the modern amenities including the kitchen and bathrooms in the house and the servants quarters in the lower level with the kitchen. Downstairs now is a Historical Museum ...
... did not get cleared away, and Tony did not get in many words before our dinner arrived. Carrie had been travelling since 7:00 a.m. From Ottawa to Toronto to Newark to Charleston to the restaurant in a taxi, she chatted everyone up with tales of the big surprise. She switched from her walking shoes to her little heels and found us as planned. We caught up on everything in a round about way but we will do it again today because I do not remember anything; like ...
... out the door and I was not going to wait! Got back on the trolley and went to the Charleston Museum instead ($10). The museum has many different exhibits, from different silver smithed items to textiles of different eras to the history of Charleston itself. There is plenty to look at and if you want to read every little thing, you could be in there all day. I don't like to read all the signs and wandered through at a faster pace.