Fairfield Inn & Suites Charleston North / University Area
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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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... finished the construction of the plantation. Henry Middleton was a member of the Continental Congress. Their son, Arthur Middleton was a signer of the Declaration of Independence, and is buried at the plantation.
The Yankees burned and looted Middleton Place in 1865, leaving only the main house and southern flanker. (Flankers are wings of the house). A rare ...
... day to do a Harley ride and visit some of the local watering holes. Brian and I started out with a late breakfast/early lunch at a place called Chucktown Tavern. I found it on TripAdvisor. It was sort of a hole in the wall place and hard to find but the food was outstanding. The service was great and the owner chef came out and visited with us several times. We then started our walk through the City Market area. This is the same area and buildings where the slaves went ...
... him an enthusiatic wave!
I have been updating the bog with photos for 3 hours now and need to eat, drink and stuff!
Hope you have enjoyed my ramblings, next update will be from Europe.
There is a BBQ planned for Saturday and
all the crew who can, have a day off on Easter Day
CMA CGM Georgia left 2.5 hours before us but we got here, berthed, an hour before them. There is a moral in there!
... the houses, the Gibbes Museum of Art and The Charleston Museum, which are all located in downtown Charleston. Basically all the houses were once owned by wealthy rice plantation owners who would spend their winters in their town houses instead of out on the plantation. Some of the houses are currently being preserved which means that they haven't been fully restored to what they once looked like. Some of the houses have been restored to look how they ...
... destination. . . the next of which was Charleston.
Our drive took us about two hours north of Hilton Head, weaving through some pretty countryside of grassy marshes and inter-coastal waterways. Our first stop in Charleston was at Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim Synagogue, which proudly boasts the title of "the oldest continuously used reform synagogue in the country." What a title, right? Unfortunately, we were both pretty sleepy, and when the guide ...