Hampton Inn Charleston North
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... good with history so I found it quite educational. I am really embracing southern cooking!!! We went to a great Restaurant ( Fish House in Mt Pleasant) for lunch and I had both fried green tomatoes and shrimp & grits in gravy that was beyond awesome. I could never understand what people saw in grits but today, I got it! They tasted like awesome mashed potatoes! Then for dinner (Lokala in Seabrook, at Bohicket Marina) I had some fish called Cobia with ...
... too much sightseeing. We decided to walk down King street a bit and find a quick bite to eat. We stopped at a place called Kickin`Chicken which although looked a little like subpar pub food, turned out to be really yummy chicken. Neither of us could finish our plates so we took it to go for the next days lunch. We walked around a little longer before heading back to the van. We drove to James island and spent the night at a ...
... delicious steaming brew to start your day. Sit long enough and you'll see the obvious "regulars" walk in and make themselves at home pouring coffee into their travel mugs and going behind the counter for the cream and sugar. Everyone is treated like family and over fed with comforting down home style food.
With a full stomach I'm headed directly to my first tour, a walk around of the lower portion of the historic district known as "South of ...
... to exchange travel experiences. We then set out for a walk looking for a place to have dinner and decided to eat at MacElwee's nearby. A shrimp and crab combination dish with Italian seasoning and served over angel hair pasta was our choice. At another table sat a couple, the fellow in U.S. Army fatigues. After having the waitress confirm that he was active army, we decided to treat them to dinner. We wished to ...
... the culture of the people where we travel, I was asking about the Sounds of Charleston concert to be held the day after Christmas.
The brochure reads: Join us through Charleston's rich musical heritage.
Experience the musical sounds that help define Charleston’s history – from gospel to light classics coming to life in the old historic Circular Congregational Church, one of the oldest ...