Homewood Suites by Hilton Charleston Airport / Conv. Center
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... was pelting us and it actually hurt, but still we were in the water. My mother thinks we are crazy. She is probably right. We've ridden bikes on the beach, Nicole has dissected every sea creature that's washed up on the shore and Natalie and Saul have made a lot of sand castles. Nora and Neve have spent every waking moment in some kind of water, and when Neve isn't in the water she's wearing her cowboy boots saying "howdy, partner." So it's been a nice couple of days. ...
... architecture. The homes are beautiful. Interestingly, because Charleston was part of the losing South in the Civil war, for a 100 years after the war, the town had no money afterwards to build modern structures and things like that so it ended keeping most of its pre-civil war buildings and is now booming in tourism as the city to experience old America.
I also visited the farmer's market opposite our hotel in the park. Just a normal market with great produce with ...
... by 40 minutes or so and lo we landed in Sunny Charleston.
Actually in the morning Charleston turned out to be sunny, and cold...but warmed up pretty quickly. We drove into town, parked at the visitor centre (pretty well set up for visitors this place) and then proceeded to walk through the town up and down back and forth admiring the antebellum architecture and the genteel feel of the place (though arguably a bit over-precious in the oldest best-preserved ...
... Thing. I was truly honored to learn I was visiting the exact site upon which Adrienne Barbeau, the co-star of Swamp Thing, bared her boobies on film, an indelible image that seared itself onto my 14-year-old mind and remains with me to this day.
We walked the extensive mile-plus long garden trail, toured the plantation house, visited the original slave quarters and, generally, did what we could to prevent the rain from ruining our outing.
I discovered and ...
... br> The remainder of the day included no more semi-celebrities. We were unsuccessful in our quest to vote and Ken narrowly avoided arrest (sorry to disappoint you Susan D). We walked for hours
and looked at pre-revolutionary war homes. Every other house has an historical plaque on it. We toured an Adamesque style house, one of the most important Adamesque houses in the US, in fact. Apparently this has nothing to do with the Adams ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center