SpringHill Suites Charleston Downtown/Riverview
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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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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... resulted in starfish sightings, sea shell gathering and chasing birds. There are lots of sand birds, egrets, pelicans, blue herons and bald eagles. The water is not clear like Florida, but it is clean. It is full of food, nourishing the whole southeastern seaboard. It is called "the bread basket of the Atlantic". This is one of the reasons we see the Dolphins come in to eat each day. Seeing the Dolphins come in today was a huge ...
... was very interesting, as it seems that beautiful Charleston has quite a checkered past. Seeing the city through local eyes gave us an understanding of the city's rich history and eccentric characters. Charleston was settled by the English and prone to attack from the sea a lot from France and Spain so the colonists erected a fortification wall which partly remains. It was also a huge trade center and port. The city gets its name "The Holy City" due to its religious ...
... headed out of Charleston on Old Savannah Highway; ended up not far away in Walterboro, SC. On the way we ate at Hubee D.'s Tenders and Wings which was quite good despite it being a chain. We stayed in an EconoLodge in Walterboro; the front desk folks were friendly, and the price was right, but we were a little concerned when we noticed a police car in the parking lot with a policeman talking to a lady staying next door to us. Never did find out what happened....
... 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 ...
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