Fairfield Inn & Suites Charleston North / University Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFairfield Inn & Suites Charleston North / University Area North Charleston
Totally in keeping with the calibre of this Marriott chain of Inns & Suites. No complaints
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We get through come hell or high water. First tip: don't use google for directions. We passed through 3 serious storms to get here. When we arrived in charleston, the storm had pretty much passed but there was serious flooding on the downtown streets. Someone said their storm drain systems can't handle a deluge of water. So it is light rain and overcast. We took a free trolley down to the city market and wandered around then walked back. I now have blisters on ...
... are hard to photograph though. And, we saw several alligators sunning themselves. Yippee.
Went to a Mall for lunch. A brand new mall, with beautiful shops and hardly any other people there. Very odd, but I was able to buy a nice blouse on special. It has been hard getting used to the taxes added on everything. We keep forgetting the advertised price is not the final price at the till. Don't get me ...
... pre Revolutionary war plantation home. It's in amazing shape. It has not been restored, just preserved. Apparently cypress doesn't rot and insects don't like it. Returned to the hotel for a nap, lecture on the civil war in Charleston and a surf and turf dinner. Dinner was good but have to cut back on the portions. Maybe just salad for lunch tomorrow. Luggage has to be outside our door by ...
... by the city hall was Washington Square built to honor our first President, George Washington who had made several trips to the city.
Our walk would take us down toward the southern point of the city to the White Point gardens. Walking thru the garden with its magnificent trees that formed a canopy that seemed to shelter and protect the entire gardens, we enter the very southern shoreline called The Battery. From here we could look out across the harbor to Ft. Sumpter. ...
... is our last night of team trivia and we want to be rested and alert to go out in first place. Muster Station B has earned quite a reputation around the ship. Our bartender has told us that he often sees two couples sit at his bar and become friends but he has never seen 10 people bond like we have. We are already talking about having an Oceania reunion cruise to Asia in 2015. I love planning trips!!