Hampton Inn Charleston - Historic District
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... cover with some sections having air conditioning. There were many local ladies selling their woven grass baskets but unfortunately they were extremely expensive. Selling many local produce, crafts and the ubiquitous t- shirt they were great markets. Warren was keen to see the Confederate museum. Situated above the market place it was established and maintained by the Daughters of the Confederacy. Full of the intimate details ...
... cars in the turn lane and the curb. Actually, the back tire of the Jeep jumped it a bit. I hoped we were going the right way. This road looked pretty tight.
We continued on and made another tight turn to an even tighter street. I was beginning to think the GPS was playing a bad joke on us. Soon enough though, we were at the entrance to the park. The road was nicely paved and it looked really beautiful. We passed a big lake and we could ...
... the Ashley River Road to Magnolia Plantation and Gardens where we spent the morning. We saw the Audubon Swamp Garden on the way in and on the way out. The movie "Swamp Thing" was filmed there. I never saw it but I guess it was a pretty bad movie from what Stephen said. When we got out of the bus we first went to see the gardens. We walked down to the Plantation House and then around to the front which faces the river not the road. This is because when ...
... to try the pizza as he is trying it at nearly every restaurant he goes to. I got Fettuccine Alfredo and it had so much garlic in it that I just could not eat it. I didn’t want to complain but Donna assured me that the chef would want to know. All meals are prepared upon order so when the waiter looked at my plate and realized that I hadn’t eaten it he approached the owner who
immediately took it ...
... exhibits are interactive for kids. The walking paths are all very even surfaces, which makes for a great visit as you can look around you and not down at your feet to watch for roots or cracks in the pavement. One trail leads to the animal forest, where you can see animals that would have been native to the area at the time the settlers first arrived here in 1670. Renee and I walked through here last time and I did not do ...