Holiday Inn Express Charleston-Summerville
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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... KOA Oakland plantation you can see the pictures and stories. We visited at length with one of the owners, a descendant from the owners of the 1850's. It's a beautiful site with a man-made lake, cabins, trails, wifi and all the amenities we needed. The pictures are labeled and speak for ...
... We took a horse-drawn carriage tour through the city and then shopped the City Market. Established in the 1790s, the City Market is four blocks of open air buildings filled with all kinds of vendors: Lowcountry food, art, sweetgrass baskets, jewelry, and souvenirs. We had dinner at Poogan's Porch, another fabulous Charleston restaurant where I had Carolina shrimp and Donald had the rib eye (both excellent!). The days are hot and humid, ...
... in trying to get us to take a stray dog that had been left at the site with us. My excuses about flights, quarantine, having a cat already etc didn't seem to have much impact, so we left rather hurriedly.
From North Carolina we headed on down South at a steady pace, with welcome signs of spring in a warmer climate increasing along the route - trees budding and in full blossom, clear skies and dappled sunlight. One of the ...
... lunch. The
food was good and the drinks were cold! We decided to take a carriage
ride after lunch and hopped on the various trolleys to get back to the
City Market area. The carriage rides are interesting in that you never
know what route you will get. There are 3 areas of the city and only 20
carriages can be out at a time. One mule team cannot go out more than 8
times in a day. Once you are ...
... 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 ...