Econo Lodge Charleston
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Photos of Econo Lodge Charleston
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Econo Lodge Charleston
Travel Blogs from Charleston
... Survivor, the healthcare system, South Carolina, our families and anything else we could think of. Stephannie was good enough to treat us to dinner too (we'd originally planned to treat her), but I couldn't go past the shrimp pasta since the seafood here is so good.
As the night was getting late, we then needed to part ways. The palmetto state has been a pleasure to say the least. As long as it isn't the middle of summer, I'd definitely look forward to visiting here ...
... As we got closer to Charleston there were small roadside stands that were set up used for selling hand woven baskets made of sweet grass. We saw a few open but couldn't stop and (so sad) have no room for baskets no matter how beautiful they are.
We did hit Charleston at rush hour but it wasn't too bad at all. What was bad was we had to cross a few bridges and that freaked Ted out. Not all bridges freak him out. There are certain ones that qualified ...
... doing another U turn and paying $6, we were allowed into Harbour Town and saw the famous course and lighthouse. A rather nice place for a holiday we imagine!
Back on the road for two hours and we arrived mid afternoon at Charleston. We found a recommended coffee shop for a drink and snack and started our 'Jen's Tour' around Charleston. It is much bigger than Savannah and the houses are also bigger. ...
... the Gibbs Art museum, as well as the local museum, learned lots about the plantation rice growing at the latter. The Art gallery had a small and interesting collection with a great temporary show from a young artist from Florida called John Westmark. He does collages of paper sewing patterns on canvas depicting strong courageous women.- really interesting works.
We managed to get drenched on our trip to Fort Sumter - huge storm came ...
... them go ahead. Disgusting. We could get later flights. They could not get a later ship. I really hope they got there.
Tip of the day: Book separate flights, rather than connecting and leave some serious time in-between.
Tour: Palmetto Carriage Works Bus & Boat Combo $22
The guide knew his stuff about the notable people and homes in Charleston, along with some interesting snippets about the historical structure of houses ...