Days Inn Summerville - Charleston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... in this beautiful coastal town. It's full of homes from the era of 1600 and upwards and they have been lovingly restored and are In abundance throughout the Historic town. We made our way to Boone Hall Plantation and when you see the photo's you will be familiar with the Plantation from the movies like the Notebook and it's even more beautiful in real life! If you like the Reno show's architecture and interior design, you'd be ...
... yard during the last big hurricane here. Relaxed back at the cabin before turning in. Friday: Kath - Another walk on the beach towards the sun rise as a squall moved in behind me. Got to see a rainbow but soaked to the skin by the time a trudged home into the storm. Dried off, headed out with Jud for shrimp and a visit to the "wall of money". Made summer rolls for lunch. They came off surprisingly well having been so long since I made ...
... beaches and then continued on. We arrived in Charleston Wednesday evening, checked into the b&b, and then walked to downtown Charleston. We had dinner a Slightly North of Broad (S.N.O.B.) which is one of the best restaurants in the city for lowcountry food. The scallops and duck breast were delicious, as were the desserts (key lime tart for me, upside down chocolate cake for Donald). We walked home, passing beautiful historic ...
I'm most excited about completely immersing myself in the culture! I feel like once I get there, and I start becoming more comfortable in a new environment, I'm going to have the best time! I think at first it is going to be difficult, maybe communicating or missing home, but ...
... way to reach the fort is by booking passage on a cruise that departs three times a day from the National Park Service pier. Because the first portion of the half-hour cruise rides along the Ashley River, it’s pretty smooth sailing, but once you get further out into Charleston Harbor and near the Atlantic Ocean, the waves pick up and the ride gets a little wobbly. Michelle, who is notorious for easily becoming motion sick, held ...