Homewood Suites Charleston - Mt Pleasant
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... Southend Brewery where Marc had assured us they had the 2nd best burger in he whole of America (Apparently the best burger can be had on the Florida keys). With such a glowing recommendation coming from our esteemed co traveler myself and Les ordered the burger and licked our lips in anticipation. Well I'm sad to say that Marc's memory is either not very good or the brewery has made some major culinary changes for the worst as ...
... brick pathway that appears to wind aimlessly through a sun dappled courtyard. Raised flowerbeds adorned with ferns, azaleas, magnolias and a variety of Carolinean plants and trees create an enchanting and romantic haven. Tables graced with chairs shaped as butterflies and shells are tucked unobtrusively into a garden setting creating an ambiance that leaves you unhurried, relaxed and reminiscent of days gone by.
... and the okra I happily tasted but was more content eating the green salad. I think most fried foods taste the same really so I’m probably not the best person to judge. Chris seemed to enjoy them and so did everyone else around us so I guess they were good.
I think the one fried dish I would rave about is the salt and pepper lobster from the Fisherman’s Wharf Seafood restaurant at the Sydney Fish Markets. That’s worth ...
... guide to tell me more about it once I'm there. Not everyone in the group seem that interested in the historical aspects of this country, but for me that is one of the most interesting things about it. Just comparing these quaint historical towns with the modern madness that exists in Vegas and Miami is interesting in itself, and I can spend hours reading my American history book and drawing conclusions of how this country has developed the way it has.
... Origins of an American Art" has been supported, in part, by grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation and the MetLife Foundation's Museums and Community Connections Program. The National Endowment for the Humanities honored "Grass Roots" with a "We the People—America's Historic Places" designation.Additional funding ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility