Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Charleston
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... is not restored, just conserved, the most intact antebellum house in Charleston and the furniture that remains was used in the house. It is situated in an area that is close to a former red light district, where there are quite a few old Victorian houses. The area is now quite gentrified and also has some more beautiful gardens and small lane ways with interesting houses. There are a lot of very desirable homes in Charleston.
... choice of a two seater table or a seat at the chef's table which is styled like a bar, facing the kitchen. I chose that, as I like the thought of chatting to some random people over dinner. My water glass was never empty, the waitress (Kelly) was super-attentive and charming, and the chef kept sending out little bits of food as a gift for me to try. I figured that they either thought I was a food critic, or felt sorry for me because I was eating alone but I ...
THE LIMO, THE LADY IN THE NITIE AND . . . .
Early morning is the best time to do things at Walmart: the bathrooms are freshly "laundered", no crowds, no lines at checkout, folks are less hurried and free-er to chat and be friendly.
It was our first morning in the Charleston area. We'd come in late the night before and located an easy-to-find Walmart on our handy store app. So, on the way into the store on this particular morning ...
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We've drifted up the highway to Charleston. This time it's been harder work, as it's a big city so not as easily walkable like little Savannah, which we both adored.
Charleston has apparently been rated the top US destination for tourists for the past 3 years in a row. In fact, last year we heard it was voted best city in the entire world. I wouldn't agree, but I can see why people like ...
... new dishes (at least to me) today, and found them both quite good. The plantation sold deep fried peanuts which you pop in your mouth and eat shell and all. I enjoyed the sample we got, but Michelle wasn’t a fan of eating the peanut shell or its texture.
At dinner we ate at a pasta restaurant near our hotel and tried its Italian Nachos appetizer, which consists of tortilla chips topped with parmesan alfredo, beef, sausage, tomato-basil, and melted ...
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