SpringHill Suites Charleston Downtown/Riverview
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSpringHill Suites Charleston Downtown/Riverview
Nice hotel with clean rooms. It is a little difficult to find and not really downtown. We had to drive to the downtown area for our rehearsals. It is undergoing renovation on the 4th floor, but is remarkably clean during this process.
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We had rehearsals Friday night and Saturday till 3:30. Then we performed the music at a beautiful worship service at 4 PM. First Baptist Church is a beautiful, historic church. The conductor/clinician was Dr. Bradley Ellingboe. We loved him!
There were choirs from all over SC. I ran into several friends from Oakland Baptist Church in Rock HIll. It was such fun.
... their balconies and porches on the side to take advantage of the cool breezes from the harbour. We ate our Subway lunch in Waterfront Park on the Charleston side so we got to see the other half of the harbour from where we were the night before. Charleston had been fairly quiet all morning and the only other tourists we had seen had been those on the horse drawn carriage rides. After lunch they were starting to appear though and it was getting a bit too hot for us so we ...
Got up nice and early this morning around 7.15pm, had breakfast and got on the road to Charleston. We stopped in on the Visitor Centre, then drove down to the Fort Sumter Tours ferry. We managed to park up for free (as the tour company's car park charged $5) at a local park opposite the ferry and then walked around the Cold ...
... stanchions had broken at the base. Looking around, the weather didn’t actually look that bad - yes, it was windy, but the waves were really minimal (not what it felt like while sleeping...). As Hejira was continually getting pinned/SLAMMED onto the dock, we quickly decided the best option was to just get off the dock and get underway. Pete hopped aboard to start the engines while Connor, uh, threw on some pants. I took off the extra dock ...
This morning we got packed up and headed for downtown St Augustine. The approach to the town centre is over the historic Bridge of Lions. After crossing the bridge you find yourself with the town square in the left and the marina on the right and find a lovely little town with Spanish colonial buildings and 19th century architecture.
St Augustine is the oldest continuously occupied European established city and port in the United States, ...