Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Mt Pleasant-Charleston
Travel Blogs from Mount Pleasant
... smaller than I thought ( I was thinking Castle Island), but still really nicely preserved with great info panels explaining the different sections and battles. There are a lot of cannons out there and the views from the top of the fort are awesome. They give you one hour to explore then we were back on the ferry. As we were approaching the dock we saw dolphins! A very nice excursion! Next we were on the highway for the 2 hour drive to hilton ...
... Suites in the Historic District because I am a night owl and Michelle turns in early, so having multiple rooms allows me to read and watch TV without disturbing her slumber.
The hotel is quite unique and interesting and, in fact, holds a place on the National Register of Historic Places. That's because the building housed the original Citadel, the oldest, and one of the most famous, military colleges in the nation. Though the structure was built as an arsenal ...
... Folly Beach (where we take the kids for surfing over the summer) and walked to the old lighthouse. Even though it was chillier than summer, it looked really beautiful and quiet. We grabbed crab cakes at the famous Crab Shack before heading back to town with a quick stop in the ghetto for some liquor (8 dollar bottle of vodka!)
That night got a little crazy! We headed downtown to a pub for a few drinks then headed into a bar that was unknown to ...
... was still so young, she slept on most of the flights, and even when she was awake, she was content just having Mommy or Daddy hold her. I also attempted to keep her on her mountain time zone sleep schedule (she normally went to bed at 9:00 pm at home, which was 11:00 pm in Charleston).
Coming home, we ended up having to get creative due to flight loads. We flew from Charleston to Atlanta to Chicago to ...
... it difficult to find anything.
A little background on Savannah;
British Gen. James Oglethorpe first landed on the historic bluff above the Savannah River in 2733, a number of American Tribes lived in costal Georgia. With the help of the native American Leader Tomochichi, Oglethorpe created a city in the heart of the Georgia wilderness. Oglethorpe devised an innovative and world-renowned city plan. Homes, churches and business based on a system of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center