Mainstay Suites

Address: 400 McGrath Darby Blvd, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, 29464, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 400 McGrath Darby Blvd, Mount Pleasant, is near Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, Naval & Maritime Museum, and Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Mount Pleasant

    Fort Sumter

    A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 30, 2015

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    Visiting Fort Sumter is only available by boat through a touring company that leaves Patriots Point or ferries leaving from Liberty Square at the Aquarium Wharf. We arrived from Patriots Point. Our tour guide, or local Ranger Rick as we called him, enlightened us on the forts history and construction. He also asked us to think of the enslaved labourers and craftsmen who worked on this structure when our hands touched the bricks, to think of the first man to die in the civil ...

    Fort Sumter

    A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Oct 04, 2014

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    ... of the flames, made a pandemonium of the fort," wrote Doubleday. The fort's large flag staff was struck and the colors fell to the ground and a brave lieutenant, Norman J. Hall, bravely exposed himself to enemy fire as he put the Stars and Stripes back up. That evening, the firing was sporadic with but an occasional round landing on or in Fort Sumter.

    On Saturday, April 13, Anderson surrendered the fort. Incredibly, ...

    Beautiful Plantation Houses

    A travel blog entry by ashka_dane on Jun 17, 2014

    2 comments, 86 photos

    ... was a huge oak tree. Legend holds that George Washington saved the oak tree during his visit in 1791 to the plantation. Washington learnt that Harriott Pinckney Horry intended to cut the tree down because it blocked the view of her husband's horse track. Washington advised "Let the tree stand!" and over 200 years later it still stands, bigger than ever.

    Our third and final plantation for the day was Boone Hall plantation. The plantation was established in ...

    Charleston & Magnolia Gardens

    A travel blog entry by finnegan on Mar 22, 2014

    12 photos

    ... and Hurricane Hugo in 1989. Through all this devastation, Charleston has rebounded and rebuilt some impressive homes, churches and gardens.

    We went to the Visitor's Center and signed up for Alan's Talk of the Towne Historic City Tour. This tour covered six miles of Charleston's Historic District with an informative narrative. His tour included views of beautiful homes; the Battery; ...

    Into South Carolina

    A travel blog entry by revelstokian on Nov 22, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... Whenever you can't say something nice about something or someone, it's customary to say that it/they had a great personality. This place had personality. The walls were covered with knick knacks or old photos. The tables were just old tables with old chairs, with just enough room between them to maximize the number of people in the room. The waiters were just young men in t-shirts. But, the main thing....the platters of food coming out of the kitchen were ...