DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Suites Charleston - Historic District
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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TripAdvisor Reviews DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Suites Charleston - Historic District
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... Canadian. We chatted our way over to the first stop and ventured out.
Downtown Charleston is lovely, each area with its own charm and style. I did not take a lot of photos because I wanted to take in what was around me and appreciate that I was there again, in a city I love. Flower gardens are blooming and window boxes are full. Spring has arrived in full force. The horse drawn carriages overflow with tourists who listen intently to their guides with ...
... Savannah, Georgia. They said when visitors come from Savannah they think they can drink in the streets in Charleston and get arrested. This is beautiful city and it would be good to have several days to explore it more fully. The citizens also are dress very nicely. Men all wear collared shirts, mostly button up shirts and slacks and the women wear dresses. The tourists stick out because they wear shorts and t-shirts and women wear pants. They are all ...
Anyone going to the south east of America must go to Charleston! Charleston feels surreal as this southern gem offers amazing seafood , friendly bars, beautifully housed streets, gripping history and hospitable southerners. We arrived in the evening and after dumping our stuff in our well located hostel we headed out in the hunt for a place to eat. It was about 10PM so most places had ...
... of the Draytons and owned still by the same family. Both places had huge live oaks, so called because they are green all year, absolutely dripping with Spanish moss- it looks so cool, especially when close to the water.The land that remains at Magnolia has many swamps full of alligators, lots of birds and a grand mansion, built in the late 1800's. And huge cyprus trees growing right on the water's edge with "knees" (extra roots) growing up into ...
... was an unhurried drive through lazy towns in the middle of nowhere. Edisto consisted of a post office, 2 single wides, a handful of small houses and a couple of gas stations. At least that is what we saw from the highway. At times the trees were so thick and tall and so close to the road, we lost satellite reception on the radio.
By the time we hit Ravenel we knew the sea was near by the names of ...