Embassy Suites Airport/Convention Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... has been the location of many film sets, the history lessons, this is a must see place.
This location becomes the first entry in my Writer's path journey for a multitude of reasons. I have toyed with the idea of a blog to document all of my travels across the world for some time. The intent was that someday I would transfer those adventures into a book or inspiration for more stories over the years, and share the wonders of the world with many ...
... lobster salad and creme brulee. Interesting and good fun. The chef spoke well and made the demonstration enjoyable and informative. 'Free time' around the pool but it was pretty windy so not really possible to read. A bit of sun bathing but you had to hang on to lose personal items. Saw some hugely fat people i swim suits AND bikinis. Revolting. Lunch in the buffet area. Lots of nice salads and cold cuts for me but the boys and John ate hamburgers, pasta, ...
... it is feautured in the travel shows and travel magazines. very beautiful old city,(see photos). and fun market place, where we saw folks making sweet grass baskets.
went to folly beach, kinda of funky, surfer , party type vibe. beach on sullivans island, beach on kiawah island, which was beautiful, but much more upscale vibe, edisto beach won for the best shelling, thanks to julie and sheila for telling us ...
Down by the Riverside....... Today can be summed up with Plantation melodies. A super awesome bucket listed day....visit a working plantation in the south and hear gospel music at night in a historical church. The visit to the Boone Hall plantation was very, very good. A 10/10 or more, if I could give bonus points! Spanning four centuries this plantation is America's oldest working plantation. Once known for cotton, pecans and indigo, the cash crops are now heirloom vegetables ...
... obstacle was large. We had been lucky to travel to all the beaches on our trip during the week, so this was our first experience with beach traffic so far, so I guess we can't really complain. So we broke away from our plotted course and just picked up a map and "freestyled" our way through the South Carolina lowcountry to avoid the mess around Myrtle. But we kept getting thwarted. Just when we thought we were out of the traffic we hit ...