Fairfield Inn & Suites Charleston North/Ashley Phosphate
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... good time getting to the Savannah River. In Savannah the weather was beautiful for more sight seeing. We rode the Old Town Trolley and saw much of the historic district, jumping off and on at various stops. Highlights were eating a southern style meal at Mrs. Wilkes Boarding House (oh my what good cooking - counted 22 family-style dishes on the table!), exploring River Street, visiting the Andrew Lowe House (father-in-law of Juliette Gordon Lowe, ...
... we, of course, had to go through the outlet stores (much to David's dismay). cr David is at this moment is enjoying a glass of the finest Kentucky whiskey from Lexington and getting ready for the Oregon - Stanford game. He is thinking about maybe enjoying some fried green tomatoes and mustard catfish with jalepeno tartar sauce of course. bourbon pecan pie for dessert goes without ...
... by the architect of the gardens at Versailles. Less landscaped are the slave burial grounds, where unknown numbers of enslaved workers and their freed descendants lie in unmarked graves. Nice evening at a jazz restaurant named Mecato. Ate good pizza and calamari while listening to a guitar and drums duo while we tried to figure out the rules of the gridiron game playing on the ...
... headed out of Charleston on Old Savannah Highway; ended up not far away in Walterboro, SC. On the way we ate at Hubee D.'s Tenders and Wings which was quite good despite it being a chain. We stayed in an EconoLodge in Walterboro; the front desk folks were friendly, and the price was right, but we were a little concerned when we noticed a police car in the parking lot with a policeman talking to a lady staying next door to us. Never did find out what happened....
... is Kevin the Marriott Courtyard hotel concierge. The guy is a complete legend at his job. I sat down with him and his information is amazing. He does all the usual stuff like recommend places, restaurants etc but he will tell you a bit about each suggestion as well as provide unique things like a toilet map of the city, a map of where to get the best photos and a description of the way to take the shots. All of these extra maps, he created himself.