Fairfield Inn & Suites Charleston North / University Area
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- 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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... On June 28, 1776 British General Clinton tried to seize Charles Towne by force. His fleet attacked Fort Sullivan, but the walls of the fort were constructed of thick palmetto log walls which withstood the bombardment. Col. William Moultrie's forces inside of the fort were able to fire on and disable several of the attacking British ships. Col. Moultrie fashioned a flag for the fort as the rebelling American forces did not at this time have a common flag. This Moultrie flag flew ...
... were lucky to see it as it only scheduled a few times a month. We experienced the sounds that define Charlston and it's unique southern charm. Gospel, Gershwin and civil war folk songs came to life. Rev Carl Bright and his family performed a few gospel classics (we wanted more). Their voices were the most powerful I've ever witnessed. There were only three performers, but their voices filled the church and then some! Their version of Swing Low Sweet Chariot rewarded the singers with ...
... the direction of the bird's flight path because the crow would head back towards land. The Vikings carried the birds in a cage secured to the top of the mast. Later on, as ships got bigger and the lookout stood his watch in a tub high up the main mast it was called the "crow's nest" 3. The word captain comes from the Latin word for head - caput so even admirals on ships are called captains. 4. The expression 'to turn ...
... at our local gay bar. We met a man named Colonel Sanders who was very inebriated. He almost gave away his secret 11 herbs and spices. There was the 43 year old that looked 12 whom Joel carded. The next gay senator from South Carolina (and probably the only ever) with the strangest Southern accent I have ever heard, decided to buy us all a round of shots. Always the outgoing person, Joel only offended one person that night. To be fair, the guy ...
... the land entrance and the Ashley River entrance. The river facing entrance was provided as many of his family's guests preferred to travel by boat.
During the Colonial and Antebellum periods Charleston may have been the richest city in the country, if not the world. Charleston's fine port enabled it to become a bustling Atlantic trade center. Businessmen like Drayton took advantage not only of the convenience of the port but ...