Extended Stay America - Charleston - Northwoods Blvd.
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... bro, Joey, 6 months. Mada s'mores over the campfire. Saturday: Kath - Another walk on the beach. Flew my new micro frog kite from the deck. Went to town -FB- for a bit of souvenir shopping then had lunch at the Lost Dog -shrimp and crab cakes benedict. It was great to finally great there after having virtually visited it in all of Bill Noel's FB mysteries. Then home for a nap, swim, and sit in the sun. Great shrimp dish with aromatic rice ...
... that while my friends and I were at the baggage claim getting our luggage, the rest of the company boarded a van and took off for Kiawah....without us! Since it was late in the evening, we had to get an airport hotel for the evening, and we weren't picked up until late Saturday evening, even though we had to fly home Sunday. I had merely a few hours on Kiawah, and remember none of it except being madder than a hornet at my boss who was not really ...
... Forecaster, Financial wizard and now Park Inspector. OK, hook her back up and boom the skies opened again but we started, so had to finish, in the pouring rain. So that was 3 hook ups and 3 set ups in 1 day! We certainly earned that cold beer and pina colada under the awning.
Rain stopped so we headed to see the lights in downtown Charleston. Drove over a great bridge, interesting build, but loooong. (I don't like bridges ...
... everything I had hoped for from the southern state of South Carolina. We walked through what is now the market, a tourist trap for sure, but this used to be where slaves were sold. We drove out to Magnolia Plantation, the oldest garden in the US. a cotton and rice plantation, which reminded us of scenes from the movie Django. What an amazing garden as you can see from the photos - a magical place.
We ate an ...
... shuttle service into Charleston,
and about 5 miles of bike trails. The
park is beautiful and everyone here is always friendly with a southern
charm. We rode bikes most of the
afternoon and Saturday we took the shuttle into Charleston for the day.
We took the shuttle into Charleston today and had a great time. There was a festival on so the streets were
really busy but we walked from the Visitor ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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