La Quinta Inn & Suites Charleston Riverview
Travel Blogs from Charleston
... the 45 min tram tour we were taken back to the Plantation House, family home of the Drayton family. We toured the house and grounds before boarding bus for our ride back to the RV Park.
Once back to the RV park we were treated to pizza and birthday cake. We were celebrating Lon's birthday. It was nice way to finish our busy day. Tomorrow is a free day and think we will all enjoy sleeping in.
... the culture of the people where we travel, I was asking about the Sounds of Charleston concert to be held the day after Christmas.
The brochure reads: Join us through Charleston's rich musical heritage.
Experience the musical sounds that help define Charleston’s history – from gospel to light classics coming to life in the old historic Circular Congregational Church, one of the oldest ...
... We were back aboard the ship and preparing for dinner and the departure of our ship from our last port of call on our cruise. A quick walk on the deck showed the USS Yorktown, docked across the harbor. This once proud lady of war now serves as a floating museum.
Where is Dan?
Congratulations to Bob as he was the first to find Harriet in Norfolk. Today we are looking at a local theater that features Sherlock Holmes plays. If you can find him, join us for a walk thru the Old City ...
... dinner this day (mostly because we couldn't get in for dinner). We chose HUSK, a southern style restaurant with new daily menus by Chef Sean Brock (McCrady's). HUSK was named Bon Appettite's Best New Restaurant of 2011 and ever since its been one of the hottest tickets in town. With Charleston's restaurant scene exploding with new talent, it was hard for us to pick a restaurant for our main meal but after multiple outstanding reviews and ...
... in American history, as his daughter married a man whose uncle had signed the Declaration of Independence after the Civil War in 1776. So the history going on here and in Charleston is just incredible!!!
After the house tour, I just walked back towards the hotel area and took photos of the standard Charleston houses. Many of the houses you see in this city are side on so the houses don’t face the street. They do however have balconies which face the back of the next ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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