Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Charleston Airport-Convention Center Area
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I have about 2 hours to kill while on the plane to Charleston so it seems only logical to give a quick review on yesterday's events. Being the day of America's independence, there are a lot of celebrations both during the day and the evening. Along with this, each family will often celebrate the 4th in a different way. For us, we just had a really nice barbecue in some ...
... the building is brick. They only stucco the front for appearance sake. They now have strict regulations about what you can do to the exterior of all these old homes. They want to retain as much of the historic value as they can. I am posting several pictures of homes in Charleston so you can get a feel for the history. Before boarding the carriage we had walked through several long buildings that ...
... Colonial Government in the American Colonies. The main floor and the top floor were built as meeting areas and the basement was used to store goods waiting to be shipped or delivered. George Washington visited the area after the revolutionary war and danced on the same floor where we stood. Pretty neat stuff! The British used the basement area to hold American prisoners during the war. We were told many died down there in their fight for independence. Thus the ...
... The next day after a splendid breakfast curtesy of my galant host Miriya, we went up to the mountains to Dollywood and Pigeon Forge. We stayed at a motel in Pigeon Forge but wanted to go see Gatlinburg for the evening, and after trying to work out the public transit system we gave up and took the car through the forest to Gatlinburg.
Man. What a pretty town, It is plenty commercialised,but not in the same way as ...
... photos are never anything like the real thing. We saw lots of alligators including a couple of babies but they were hard to capture on camera because they glide under the water as soon as you get focussed. The turtles were even harder! We saw a turtle on a branch and tried to photograph him but he jumped into the water and all Dave got was a picture of a splash. Our guide took us into a more open area and we saw an enormous egret in the distance. They are beautiful big ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility