Extended Stay America - Charleston - Northwoods Blvd.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... along the S. Edge of the property.. We even saw an alligator sunning itself on the bank of the pond. Then we drove through Summerville for an overpriced cafe latte....pretty village but not great latte. Then to Mt Pleasant and down to Patriots Point....under construction... Never did find the town center. We did find a Whole Foods and bought cold chicken, bread and salad for dinner.. We had a nice Chilean White wine too....then a walk around the area and now to ...
... wave jumping with Jean in the afternoon, then basked in the sun. Jud made great chicken for supper. A quiet evening and early to bed. Bruce - Made sausages and eggs for leisurely breakfast and moved to a no service kamping kabin for the next 2 nites. Had a soak in the pool and met my new neighbors, a delightful family from North Charleston who invited me to share their burgers and chili dogs. Jamie, wife Laura, 9 year old Matt "Bubba", and ...
... taxidermy on the wood paneled walls including a giant moose dead center. Unfortunately I found out after the fact that they are known for their Duck Club sandwich and were even featured on Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives for it. Since I was uninformed I ordered the Lucky #1 Sub, bbq braised pork belly, seared on the grill, topped with house made kimchi, tomatoes, cucumbers, crispy onions, cilantro, wasabi mayo, & sweet red chili sauce on a ...
......And, it's a brand new day in good ole Charleston! After breakfast, we headed down to White Point Gardens, which is a park on the Charleston Harbor. Boy, was it hot and humid!!! But we were in the Historic section and the houses were just beautiful there. The park had lots of Live Oak trees, which are beautiful, majestic trees that just scream "Old South." It wasn't too long, however, before we were back in the car to beat the ...
... We then took a long walk along the Battery which is an area where the large, fancy houses are. Definitely where the rich people lived and still live today. These are multimillion dollar mansions. The Battery walk runs right along the Charleston Harbor and was very enjoyable. I love to take pictures in this city and this time I took pictures of Charleston's gates. This city is known for the interesting iron gates they use. For dinner we left downtown and headed back ...