Red Roof Inn North Charleston
Travel Blogs from North Charleston
... coffee of sub standard in a xafe before we wnt n a selfguided touraround adifferent part of the farden. ,ots of azaleas and camellias but also a vty large pond with green stuff (not slimy algaebut a water plant of some sort) covering part of its surface nd surroundeby these majestic trees covered with the Spanish moss. Troll like atmosphere and the greyness of the day added to this feling. Probably the best oart of our visit. Continued to Boone Hall, established ...
... love the name!) while the older folks drank. Earlier in the week we headed to Williamsburg to look around the old colonial town. It's a lovely place and is very well preserved/restored. Well worth spending a day wandering around looking at the olde world village whilst laughing at the kids whose parents thought it would be fun to rent the old time clothing for them. The last couple of days have been proper beach weather and so we called in for a stroll on Virginia Beach on ...
... major sights on my last trip, so I used Charleston as a way to recharge my batteries and relax which was really nice.
I went back to Rarebit that night, as I wasn’t overly hungry and their stuff was just enough. The staff remembered me and thanked me for coming back which was lovely. I had two beers while I was there so I was enjoying myself!
Something really funny happened while I was sitting at the counter area too. This guy on the same side as me was talking to ...
... with truffle butter, duck confit lettuce wraps, and lamb lollipops with a Mediterranean salad. Total including tip was $65. We were totally impressed, especially since it's hard to walk out of Friday's for $30 per person and all you get is two crabby burgers and some extra large beers.
Next up for tomorrow is more walking and gazing, a tour of Fort Sumter (where the Civil War started), and lunch at the ultra popular Husk (my mouth is watering ...
I prepared some chat for this entry and the computer in the Seafarers' Society were I am in Charleston won't let me open it.
So, a precis! Easy transition to MSC Ilona, warm welcome - I knew the Chief Officer from Zim Ontario (trip across the Atlantic 2 years ago) and very comfortable cabin.
Good send off from Savannah - I did the biz again on behalf of MSC and a chap shouted from the bank, "Have a good voyage" which I thought was most pleasing. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed