Holiday Inn Express Charleston-Summerville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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First on the agenda today was sleeping in! Brittney didn't really want to spend a lot of time in the sun today, as she was sunburned, so we had decided to take our time getting up. After several days of being on the go all day, it was a welcome change! And so began the last day of our trip. We finally made it out of the hotel around noon, and headed down once again to Market Street, for one last shopping spree. I wanted to stop by my favorite candy store and purchase ...
... many 350 year old trees which were so beautiful to photograph. We did the swamp tour at the end of the day and got seriously soaked in a rain storm. We put on our wet weather gear for the ride into Charleston but were wet through and through. We looked a sight when we turned up at our accommodation.
We went for an early dinner at an Italian restaurant just down the road and made plans for our day in Charleston tomorrow. ...
... of pulled pork tacos amd sweet potato salad on a wooden veranda overlooking the market, then drove out to Sullivans Island to see what we could see and we stumbled upon a most fabulous, deserted, beach. Miles of white sand and we had the place to ourselves. A perfect way to end our day exploring Charleston.
This place has character in abundance and a lovely relaxed, timeless charming ambience.
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... at 82 Queen is exquisitely designed and the discerning palette will not be disappointed. My second trip to the Queen was equally as mesmerizing as my first. The twinkling lights wrapping the tree trunks and limbs were a magical accoutrement to an entrée of the most delicious crab cakes I have ever tasted. And I consider myself a crab cake aficionado. Made with the finest locally harvested crabmeat, gourmet breadcrumbs, ...
... I washed it with window cleaner. It was a waxy material that was difficult to remove. I decided then to check the oil. Much to my amazement, there was NONE on the dipstick. At no time did any of the engine warning lights come on, so I didn't suspect a thing.
I did a minor freak out and talked to Lynnie about it. It was too late to contact SpeeDee, so I called a couple of friends and vented a bit. My panic subsided. We waited, almost ...