Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Charleston Airport-Convention Center Area
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... Southend Brewery where Marc had assured us they had the 2nd best burger in he whole of America (Apparently the best burger can be had on the Florida keys). With such a glowing recommendation coming from our esteemed co traveler myself and Les ordered the burger and licked our lips in anticipation. Well I'm sad to say that Marc's memory is either not very good or the brewery has made some major culinary changes for the worst as ...
Michelle and I rose early this morning and completed the three hour trip from Augusta, Georgia to our final destination, Charleston, South Carolina. I noticed once we crossed the border that South Carolina likely has the most fireworks stands, strip clubs and adult bookstores per capita of any state in the nation. It seems like every Interstate exit had some place hawking hoochie-koochie dances or devices that would make a proper Southern lady blush.
We checked into ...
... connection in Atlanta to Charleston, but no big deal, they had us rebooked on a later flight before we landed. They didn't even lose our luggage. We have nothing to complain about.
And what do you know - it's restaurant week in Charleston. We have a knack for finding restaurant weeks. We ate at a great restaurant called Muse, in an old house. Very cozy and friendly and the food, Mediterranean, ...
... drinking a couple pitchers, is where we spent the rest of the afternoon. Rusty quickly became the Warehouses mascot for the day, as everyone stopped by to greet him.
The next day we drove to Charleston, SC. We got to meet up with a few of our friends over the days and walked all over the city. Morgan & Casey had us over for drinks and we got to taste their homemade pimento cheese. We met up with Harper at ...
... January 27th
We got up nice an early to catch the 9am shuttle in to downtown Charleston. It dropped us off at the Visitor's Center where we decided to purchase a Charleston Heritage Passport, which is a 2 day pass that got us in to the Gibbes Museum of Art, Nathaniel Russell House, Edmondston-Alston House, Drayton Hall, Middleton Place, Aiken-Rhett House, Joseph Ma****ult House, Heyward-Washington House, and The Charleston Museum. Today we ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility