Hyatt Place Charleston Airport and Convention Center
- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... our pockets for later. Hey, we live in a van! We took a late check-out so we had time to shower and enjoy the room a little longer before having to get out. We still needed to get a bit of work done so we drove to the nearby library so that we could connect to their internet. By 3pm we were finally hungry for lunch after that massive breakfast and we were ready to hit the road. ...
... seeing a lot of really cool old buildings as we'll as the harbor and the waterfront park. That night, while a few of the people went to the rehearsal dinner for Allison's sister's wedding, Ashtin and I took the opportunity to go to dinner by ourselves. We went to a restaurant outside of town called the Fat Hen. It was an old house converted to restaurant. Really really good food. After dinner we went to see the Angel Oak tree, which is one of the oldest oak trees in the ...
... large “tree” of lights with a base about 10 ft. across that you could congregate underneath and stare straight up at the strings of lights surrounding you. We also learned that there was a farmer’s market there the next morning. We walked around a bit more and then headed home.
The next day we decided to walk downtown since it was only about four miles and it was a beautiful day. We entered the address for Marion Square in ...
... plantations. We had previously been to the Point of No Return on Ill de Gorgee where thousands of black humans were enslaved and shipped across the Atlantic Ocean to eventually end up in smaller slave markets like this one here in Charleston. Here in the neighborhood of beauty that was old southern homes, stood an innocent looking reminder of our dark past.
Walking back into town we passed a water fountain that was unremarkable except that it was located in the ...
... was as interested in the boat ride as I was the Fort, except, of course, for the fact that I got another stamp in my National Park Passport Stamp Book. If you have followed my blogs you know that any time I get a new stamp it is like getting a new toy. It's always my favorite souvenir of the trip. So I got my stamp, thoroughly enjoyed the boat ride to the fort, and even enjoyed walking around the fort and taking in the history. This was where the Civil War began, when ...