Embassy Suites Airport/Convention Center

Address: 5055 International Blvd, North Charleston, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29418, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 5055 International Blvd, North Charleston, is near H.L. Hunley Submarine, Tanger Outlets Charleston, Indian Mound Trail, and Pink House.
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      End of the Journey

      A travel blog entry by hemslie on Jul 10, 2014

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      ... in the winter when we will go down and play around in the Bahamas, hoping to get her to BVI but there is still insurance research to do with that.

      So for now my friends our journey is complete, thanks so much for following along! It was a very successful first trip filled with lots of memories.

      Cheers
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      Universal Studios: activity to queuing 1:100000

      A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Jan 03, 2014

      ... inside in the warmth. Andreas said he had outgrown theme parks but that he had enjoyed it but no more! Fewer people and sunny warm weather would have made a huge difference because one could have strolled around and looked at all the amazing creations and displays. Like when we walked back to the exit and had to go through the Dr Seuss area. It would have been really enjoyable to look at all the clever things reproduced from the so famous books that the four of us still remember ...

      The Warmth of Charleston

      A travel blog entry by danharriet on Nov 07, 2013

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      The original settlement of Charleston was founded in 1670 a few miles northwest of its current location on the Ashley River. In 1680 the settlement was moved to its current location. This new location enabled it to become a major port city in the colonies. By the mid-18th century Charles Towne had become a bustling trade center, the hub of the Atlantic trade for the southern colonies. Charles Towne was also the wealthiest and largest city south of Philadelphia. By 1770, it was the ...

      Down by the Riverside

      A travel blog entry by forgeroadtrip on Aug 31, 2013

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      ... the plantation in a trolley and snuck a peek at the butterfly gardens. It is unbelievable to see the original Confederate trench lines, built under the command of General Lee, on this plantation. It was a bit of an adventure to find parking for our motorhome in downtown Charleston, but once that was achieved we went for a filling, southern dinner trying things like praline puppies, fried green tomatoes, stuffed shrimp, jambalaya and shrimp with grits! We didn't even have room ...

      USS Yorktown

      A travel blog entry by roberton on Mar 22, 2013

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      ... and probably very sweaty. I think it would be a very scary place to be in war time as ships had missiles which opened in 1/2 and released a torpedo attached to a parachute which would fall into the water gently and drift down to the submarine and sink it. The Americans joined World War II because the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbour and sunk a lot of American ships. Some interesting facts we learnt were 1. The ...