Inn at USC Wyndham Garden
Travel Blogs from Columbia
So after driving for 7 hours (which, by the way, still felt like less time than driving the treacherously flat 3.5 hour stretch of highway from Tampa to Coral Springs) we got to Columbia, South Carolina. We made reservations at the Inn at USC - a very nice and charming small hotel - and were offered a glass of champagne when we checked in.
Left Charleston late, we stopped in Columbia 30 minutes after dark.
Dinner: Chick fil a french fries with Polynesian sauce.
Let me be honest, Columbia was mainly chosen because it possessed a Schlotzsky's deli; which we missed because of their ridiculously late opening time... 11 am.
I arrived in Columbia June 12th and Case and I spent the last three weeks at his family's beach house in Surfside, South Carolina. We had great friends, Erin, Emily, Melanie, Taylor, Russell, and David come stay for a weekend. Almost every day was sunny and in the 90s and we swam in the ocean a lot and played tennis at a local park. We also watched a lot of movies and relaxed!
We were ...
... Carolina Confederate Relic Room, where Trent wanted to view the original flags of many SC units actually used during the War of Northern Aggression. And then finally, the personal piece of the puzzle came into play to create the "Historic Trail of One-armed Daddy" when Aunt Tootsie sent Trent the service record of George Washington Faile, Trent's Great-Great-Great-Grandfather, known to his family as ...
... that it is very interactive. for $2 you can buy some lettuce and feed the giraffes which was fun. They stand there with their tongues hanging out waiting for you to put food on them. As soon as your food is gone they move on to the next person. We also got to buy some nectar and fed the lorikeets. I had one sit on my hand, again this was $2. You can also feed the goats - 25c for a few nuts at a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center