Wingate by Wyndham Charleston University Boulevard
Travel Blogs from North Charleston
... of the original since it was shelled into rubble and then had a 1900 gun emplacement built on top of it. Supper at The Wreck of the Richard and Charlene, an unique, hidden away seafood place that's open from 5:30 til 8:30, unless they run out of food and close early. Everything was super fresh and I had on oversized platter of oysters and shrimp, lightly breaded and perfectly fried. The name comes from a shrimp boat that was driven ashore in ...
... a great little bakery where M&L scoffed down a couple of huge slices of chocolate cake, myself and Les who are of course super health freaks (Our body's are our temple's) opted to only have a small single chocolate each.
Finished the day with a couple of beers in a sports bar where the Marshmeiers thrashed the Sachs at darts. I believe we have identified their weakness for all bar related activities. Dinner was had ...
... all be here in NC for a couple of nights, they decided to travel south for 6+ hrs from their home at Roanoke in Virginia and spend time with us all. So we met up for drinks and a good dinner at another "Bonefish Cafe" where some of us had Bam Bam Shrimps again, and I had PEI mussels (Prince Edward Island, of course, Nova Scotia - I had to ask actually).
A great evening it was, followed by more time together next day, Sunday, at the famous Biltmore House ...
Today's (30/5/13) update finds us in a hotel on the Savannah highway just outside the historic sites of Charleston after a morning of Shark Attack mini golf in Myrtle Beach followed by a 100 mile drive through farming country, on it's tree lined, river crossing routes, through Southern Carolina. After arriving in Charleston we wandered around the old European influenced plantation mansion roads and took in the sites on the beautiful water front before grabbing a pint at the ...
... the most direct route, with no deviations! I'm particularly proud of this achievement as I am not known for my navigational skills or sense of direction. Indeed, I am the person who once couldn't find her way back to our hotel room in Majorca and had to rely on Tom (age 7 at the time).
Before we left the campground in Selma we had a nice chat with owners who had once visited Bath but beat a hasty retreat when they became more and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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