La Quinta Inn & Suites Charleston Riverview
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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So we arrived in Charleston at a very nice complex of apartments, which had a communal gym and pool and very modern. They were. Young couple and the apartment was lovely, really spacious and decorated lovely. I even had silk sheets! It was just on the outside of the city so we popped for some food at a place round the corner which was Korean. It was stir fried beef and noodles! Yummy! We popped into the petrol station next door to get a chocolate bar (never have ...
... strategies to minimize disruption to other traffic Before leaving the central area each tour driver takes a randomly generated number between 1 and 4 and so there’s never too many horses in one area – but nonetheless each route is well thought out to give everyone maximum exposure to the city’s sights. They also only allow a maximum of 20 carriages out at a time to minimize congestion. It was a fabulous tour ...
Apparently, in Charleston, you MUST do either a carriage tour or a walking tour, so we opted for the carriage tour. We did over one hour of civil war history, while being driven around by an extremely knowledgeable young guide and the horse called Magic. The Civil War of 1861 started in Charleston, first shots fired at Fort Sumter, and much of the city was levelled. The locals say the ...
... to be a cow pasture! There is a caution statement in the park instructions about alligators living in the pond. I think "where there are alligators, there are snakes." I am not fond of either one. And, here I am, within feet of them.
We set up home and stay put at the campground Thursday night. Friday morning we take off for Charleston and the Welcome Center to determine how we should be tourists in Charleston. We decide ...
... near Port Royal. This is when the white settlers arrived on Edisto Island and a new phase of history began. The first plantation was built by Paul Grimball "Point of Pines", portions of its foundation remain today. Edisto's Golden Age began in 1790 and lasted until 1861 with plantation owners amassing huge fortunes. The source of this wealth was highly prized Sea Island Cotton. At the height of this Golden Age there were 62 plantations with approximately ...