Holiday Inn Express Charleston Downtown - Ashley River
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... mainly three story weatherboard and brick properties in the historic district, beautiful, and built from the mid 1700's. We found also found a handful of properties that must have been constructed in the middle of the night without the approval of the Historic Charleston Foundation.
We had a good ol' walk 'roun town and determined seafood was the right choice for dinner. We freshened up after another ...
... headed back down and then walked towards the beach even though my legs felt like jello-o! The waves were nice and big thanks to the wind and I did walk down the beach a ways even though it was drizzling. This beach is great for finding shells and I'm sure it's also nice for swimming when conditions allow.
The next stop was the Marsh Boardwalk. This is a short .25 mile ...
(7th) - Spending some quality time with Cherri, John and Joey in Folly Beach and Charleston. She crab soup and whole Flounder, crab dip. Weather sunny with a cool breeze. Staying at the Vendue Hotel and dinner this evening at the Fleet Landing, an old US navy building. (8th) - Looks like rain today ...
We made our way to the famous and beautiful Charleston, South Carolina. Our first day in the city we had beautiful weather so we took a stroll through the old town market. A great lunch at the famous Justine's Restaurant where we have some "real" Southern cooking. Found out that we really do like the taste of okra! Also, had a chance have a rendezvous with a old workmate Elizabeth Seaborne from ...
This is a reprint of an article that appeared in the Moultrie News on Tues., June 22, 2010. A new traveling exhibition that started at the Gibbes Museum in Charleston will be opening at the Smithsonian's National Museum of African Art from June 23 through November 28."Grass Roots: African Origins of an American Art" details the African people's contribution of their art form: sweetgrass basket making.The exhibition ...