Courtyard by Marriott Charleston Historic District
Travel Blogs from Charleston
A few weeks ago an unexpected invitation came. A trip to Charleston to attend #rangerwedding, and do some fun historical sightseeing. This invitation came from a colleague. I was initially concerned about traveling with someone I really didn't know but I quickly realized that fear was a stupid reason not to go.
10 am on Thursday, …
We had a couple of free days, and decided to visit Charleston. We've been several times, and it is a great place to visit. Charleston was established as Charles Towne way back in 1670. It was the fifth largest city in North America in 1690. It became Charleston in 1783. Fun Fact: The first theatre in America was established in Charleston in 1786.< …
Today we went to Charleston, We didn't make it there until almost 9:30, So we missed all the haunted jail tours that we wanted to go on. We did go to a really nice jazz club, with good music and cheap drinks.. Not to mention a really nice bartender. Then we picked up a bottle of wine to drink on our anniversary, and went back to the hotel room. …
We said farewell to beautiful Savannah and her even more beautiful motel rooms. Tonight we would once again be going all Bear Grylls, with some hardcore outside living.
The drive to Charleston only took a couple of hours, so we arrived early afternoon. Our campsite had huge tent sites, so we shared a single pitch between the four of us. That's right, camping just got cheaper folks.
Louise once again would be ...
... girls opted for the shade back on shore. Folly Beach is another lovely beach.....there are really some great beaches in this area! So we did a little souvenir shopping at the pier, and then headed back to the hotel. The naps have become a daily part of our trip, as the sun really drains your energy. It is brutally hot here! So we took a short nap, and decided to hang out at the hotel for the rest of the evening. We have leftover food from last night's dinner, and a ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
Nice place to stay in the historic district of Charleston. It's located conveniently at the corner of Meeting Street and Council Street. We parked the car ($17 per day), and walked to all the places we wanted to go and see. Even toting Alice Ann's shopping bags, the walk was not bad.
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