La Quinta Inn & Suites Columbia NE Fort Jackson
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Columbia
... on my floor and took my handbag and went to find them. Turns out I'm not allowed in their building but security gave me special treatment (she could probably see I was stressed). I found the girls and just sat with them. Their residence advisor who is the person who manages their hall was there introducing themselves, the volunteer student had offered to drive them to walmart. Whereas at mine there was no one. No one cared, no one was there, it ...
... Not Europe, nor Scandinavia or Australia. Unique place but, and maybe because it is winter and the last day of the year, charm lacked in terms of people on the streets and things going on and fun shops to go into. Hardly any shops in fact and not that many eating places either. There was a market but one that could have been anywhere in a western country place selling jewelry, belts and such things. We had a very nice lunch, sandwiches but ...
... bikes here and we had hoped that we could have done this; however, closed for the season for said on the door to the bike shop. We walked where we could and took photos but not a highlight a such. Had lunch in a place aimed for off loading horses and as John had left cutlery and plates behind it was a bit of a crude picnic even though the food was good. That ham we bought earlier still really tasty. A scenic drive, the Red River ...
... delay of Mellow Mushroom and the great people watching, so we didn't leave until about 4. Once we left Mellow, we walked around the USC campus. Alex's best friend went to USC, so she's been there numerous times and was able to give me a little bit of an idea of what everything was and what the students did around the campus. We walked down to the "5 Points" area and found (what we think was) a chili cookoff. We ...
After a couple of days back in Atlanta, following Doug and Fred's insistence that I needed to change my flight and stay another couple of weeks (peer pressure that I was powerless to resist and flights which did indeed get changed), Val and I drove back to Lexington. In Lexington, Valerie and I spent a few days exploring. We did jigsaw puzzles with Jill and watched sci-fi movies. Val even went so far as to head out on the ride-a-long lawn mower and get out over the several ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking