Holiday Inn Charleston Airport/Convention Center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Charleston Airport/Convention Center North Charleston
Before today, I had a certain notion in mind when i planned a stay at a Holiday Inn brand hotel. As of today, I admit that i was wrong. Our stay in a beautiful complimentary suite was outstanding. The room was nicely kept and fit in with any competitor for the Convention / Executive Travel business. The staff was wam and friendly and the lobby was charming. All in all, it put a smile on my face.
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Our next adventure on El Nido will be in November Bryan needs to take her our of the US for a day so a quick trip I think he'll recruit a new first mate for that one, it's a busy time of year for Mrs. Claus.
After that we will spend time in the winter down in Florida and. Bahamas :-)
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... not a good choice but little did we know when we pid the very steep entance fee of $28/adult. Luckily wegot the boys in forstudent price but the visit for us as a family was clse to $100. For this price wecould go on three different tour of which only one held any interest to us and that was the one referring to slaves. Jim, a man in his mid to ate 60 we think, was our guide and he spoke clearly and quite slwly making him easy to understand. The group gathered ...
... on February 17, 1864, an early submarine, the H.L. Hunley made a night attack on the USS Housatonic. In 1865, Union troops moved into the city and took control of the city ending this city involvement in the Civil War.
Since the end of the Civil War, modern Charleston has still seen historical events including the Civil Rights Movement and the 1989 Hurricane Hugo, which damaged three quarters of the historical homes in the city. The city was able to rebound ...
... a shower and then decided to go out. But where? That was the question. sitting at a table in the kitchen with some other people, they told us about a few clubs in town. We finally ended up walking to the centre where the market halls are and where some clubs are. The bad thing was, everything closes at 2am. We are not used to that in Germany, so we were a little disappointed. But at least we met some really nice guys who we hung around with the rest of the weekend. We ...
... oak plantation' and the next morning we set off for Florida! We passed through Georgia and shortly across the border of Florida we stopped at a rest stop to make sandwiches... The picnic table was swarming with tons of furry caterpillars and there were signs everywhere to beware of poisonous snakes!!! Great first impression ...