Wingate by Wyndham Charleston University Boulevard
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Apologies for these blogs coming through slowly, we were spoilt for the first few days with free wifi in our rooms but since then it's been only available for free in the lobby, so I haven't had a chance to update y'all properly! We made our way from DC to the South and it was utterly charming to say the least in Charleston, South Carolina! Southern Hospitality is not a myth and exists in bucket loads in Charleston. We loved ...
... experience. The ships very similar indeed but of course here we have a vast majority of American guests. A session in the gym followed by shower, a glass of wine in the cabin and then a very nice dinner a la carte at 8 pm. It was a smart casual dress code but we were a bit smarter than required. I fitted into my clothes so hopefully i haven't put on that much weight in the previous three weeks on the toad. Felt good and we all very much appreciated our ...
... held a large monopoly on the cemetery. As our amazing researcher NCW couldn't find much information on the Pringles, we can only assume they're one of the oldest Charleston families.
A low country meal was necessary to end our time in Charleston. Of course, we needed shrimp and grits and fried green tomatoes. We knew going in, that Magnolias was one of the best restaurants in the city. We ordered our two favorites and ...
... waned, one of them would pick it back up again so pretty soon they were all screaming. There are 1700 Waffle House restaurants in the US and I'm pretty sure we passed at least half of them. One of the last high points of the trip was our stop at Bojangles. I love Bojangles, so we stopped there for dinner on the last night. The workers at Bojangles had a hard time understanding that I was part of the big group of Mexicans that overtook the restaurant that night. I guess ...
... beers and oysters. The place was happening but most people inside were there for drinks and not dinner at this early hour. The food was above average and gets the nod of approval for having fresh seafood, cheap drinks and good atmosphere. The oysters were again from Louisiana, which I was told, is where oysters grow wildly and easily. The oysters used for the fried oysters were farmed raised. And the clams in the Vongole were just ...