Holiday Inn Express Charleston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... two tours for the day. We arrived in time four our 11:00 bus tour of the city. The driver, a resident of Charleston for nearly 30 years, was a pleasant sort who was perfectly suited for what he was doing. He started out with the rules for his bus. Nothing too out of the ordinary, just use your indoor voice when talking and no cell phone use seemed to be important to him. Once during the trip he announced that someone needed to be quite, or something a bit nicer ...
... employees there. So, we got to wind around through the back roads of Disney World whenever we rode in the car with them. AND we got to see the Disney fireworks display right outside the door! They get to hear, see and feel it every single night at 10:00PM!!! It was awesome. We watched a couple of movies, and had tea and scones prepared by Alicia....Sooooooooo good! A real tea party! It was really nice to visit them in their environment. In Jacksonville we parked in Ali and ...
... and North Atlantic Sea Scallops, all seafood sold here comes from no further away than Beaufort, just 45 minutes south. Oysters, crab, clams and shrimp come from the bountiful waters of Edisto. Over 100,000 pounds of shrimp a year are caught by the Sara Jane, Edisto's last shrimp boat.
We also learned today that Foster does not like his rubber boots and that Nia and Ruby are very fashionable! The washing machine goes ...
... phone carrier) that was beautifully displayed. Veering off to the markets that spanned five or six buildings, I watched many locals constructing South Carolina's famous weaved baskets (at a heafty dollar tag), browsed many tacky souvineers and sampled the local iced sweet tea from America's only tea plantation.
I continued on my house hunting and on a recommendation from the Lonely Planet, headed over to Philadelphia Alley that backs onto all these amazing ...
... 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 ...