Market Pavilion Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarket Pavilion Hotel Charleston
BEAUTIFUL view of the city and water. A little windy and chilly.
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... for bed, get rid of all that makeup on your face properly and thoroughly. You'd only be clogging your pores if makeup isn't removed from your face. Zits will follow. Removing makeup every night shouldn't take more than a few minutes. You can incorporate it in your nightly skin care routine. Sunscreen is important. Sunscreen isn't something you should skip just because you can wear protective clothing or a hat to ...
Early start again at camp. And might I just say that overnight the weather was ridiculously cold. Like I'm talking my sleeping bag did absolutely nothing. And I was fully clothed!!! We were off in the morning headed for Charleston, South Carolina. The drive was fairly uneventful. It seems most highways are two lanes and straight. Everything looks repetitive on the sides of the road too. When we arrived in Charleston ...
... along the freeway in north Charleston and decided there must be a safer-looking neighborhood to lite for the night. Following the directions of the lady in our cell phone we headed toward the Mt. Pleasant suburb near the ocean and the beach.
A BREATH-TAKING VIEW
Suddenly, THERE IT WAS ! ! Lit up in glorious illumination against the black sky. It simply took my ...
... us across town to Tryon's.....AAA highly recommended. Good call. This was a family style restaurant that served good old southern style cooking. We had the lunch special and what a meal! We couldn't eat all the food, and the bill for the four of us was about $36. They sure know how to eat down here. Soon, we were on the road southward again. Our goal was to make it to Charleston, South Carolina before dark. We had a beautiful drive with varied ...
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The trip was well worth it. Fort Sumter was impressive, mostly in the fact that it is still standing. The Union bombarded the Fort for nearly two years. They said at once the walls stood 55 feet, Al and I estimated that is now 12 feet. There are cannon balls still stuck in walls and other remnants of the war. It was strange - as a Yankee - to experience this history. Is it something I am proud of? Not at all. But the saying ...