Homewood Suites Charleston - Mt Pleasant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Since we almost broke down in the dark and coasted into our destination in the middle of the night our first impression of Mt Pleasant South Carolina was kinda like beginning of a horror story....as the sun came up it showed us the beautiful place we had ended up in and also brought some light into our hearts. We realized that this stop was going to be one of the more ...
... called "Angel Oak." Angel Oak is the oldest living thing east of the Mississippi or east of the Rockies or something like that. They estimate it to be around 1500 years old, and it is just magnificent! Of course, you know I just love trees so this was quite the experience for me. We had a nice picnic lunch next to old Angel, and after getting lots of pictures we headed back to the hotel for a luxurious nap!
After getting ...
... obstacle was large. We had been lucky to travel to all the beaches on our trip during the week, so this was our first experience with beach traffic so far, so I guess we can't really complain. So we broke away from our plotted course and just picked up a map and "freestyled" our way through the South Carolina lowcountry to avoid the mess around Myrtle. But we kept getting thwarted. Just when we thought we were out of the traffic we hit ...
... dinner this day (mostly because we couldn't get in for dinner). We chose HUSK, a southern style restaurant with new daily menus by Chef Sean Brock (McCrady's). HUSK was named Bon Appettite's Best New Restaurant of 2011 and ever since its been one of the hottest tickets in town. With Charleston's restaurant scene exploding with new talent, it was hard for us to pick a restaurant for our main meal but after multiple outstanding reviews and ...
and walked out on the pier. Lots of people fishing, but no one caught
anything while we were up there. The sign mentioned shark fishing and
that would have been neat to see!
After the beach, we headed to Charles Towne Landing. This is a state
park that replicates the original village of Charles Towne. It was ...