Extended Stay America - Charleston - Northwoods Blvd.
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... few days, we stay away from much swimming, but still enjoy the waves a bit.
Then we head out to Boone Hall Plantation.
It is world-famous for their Oak drive, a location for multiple known movies, like "North and South" (aka. "Fackeln im Sturm"). You can still visit the ...
... had cocktails (Moscow Mule and Old Fashioned). Walked to Hominy Grill - Nasty biscuit, fried chicken, and chocolate peanut butter cake that T is still thinking about. Walked home. T had to pee (9.5/10).
Thursday - Slept in, again. Made coffee then walked to Variety Store - it was closed for New Year's so we walked another 1.5 miles to Hominy Grill (again). We beat the brunch crowd and got a seat on the patio. We walked ...
... beautiful place.
The enormous live oak trees are said to be at least 600 years old & maybe much older! I just loved them, there shapes & long long limbs. They are dripping with Spanish moss, not a moss at all - it's an air plant that absorbs water from the air & rain. It entices you to touch it, which is just what Ron & I did until someone told us not to because its full of chiggers!! "What's ...
... Gardens....wow the mansions along the way were incredible. We talked with a contractor who had spent the past year renovating a house bought for 2 million and they had already spent over 1 million more on the renovations. He said the house was built on 3x3 ft brick posts about 6 ft deep and as they dug the water started to seep in.....low water table or what. The Battery is where the Condederate soldiers fired on their Union counterparts and where they ...
... collection of homes. All different styles of architecture?. Lots of churches too. Charleston has several nicknames but one is the holy city and CHAS. The founding fathers were very tolerant of every kind of religious beliefs so congregations of every denomination have thrived here. Has anyone ever seen an American flag on a ...