Hampton Inn & Suites North Charleston-University Blvd
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... I asked "where's Mama"? We decided to stop for lunch at the restaurant on the plantation. There's something about outdoor dining and white table cloths! Lunch was wonderful. We sat listening to the peacocks calling in the distance until there was a loud call from very near. One of them decided to join us for lunch. Tonight we wandered South Battery. it is an area on the waterfront with many beautiful stately ...
... but I understand that that is quite the Southern Dish, and this diner was noted for their fried chicken and waffles so I had to be adventurous. Oh yes, I got a side of fried green tomatoes with that! I am officially a true southerner now, I think! It was all very good, and the funky atmosphere made for an interesting evening. Not what you would expect of Charleston, but interesting nonetheless. There are so many ...
... at 6.6 on the Ricter scale occurred in 1886, leveling the main house. Today, only the southern flanker is remaining. Heningham Smith, wife of John Julius Pringle Smith began restoration in 1919. She is responsible for reestablishing the gardens, and much credit was received by her.
Middleton Place is a great place to spend the day. In spite of the Tropical ...
... 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 ...
... for summer. This morning there was such a lovely breeze coming
off the Ashley River and the house was very comfortable. We walked down
to the Ashley River after the tour was over and then around to the
reflecting pond. The air was a bit muggier as we headed away from the
river. We were able to get close to a little alligator and take his
picture while he was sitting in the water. Drayton Hall is such a quiet