Courtyard by Marriott Charleston Historic District
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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, …
... a couple of the great array of wonderful restaurants that Charleston has to offer - a definite TDF was McGready's - a degustation menu of outstanding and delicious food. One of the best meals we have had in US ever! We tried a new vegetable several times as it is in season now but only for a short time - ramps or wild leek, a delicious crunchy almost garlic flavour tiny leek type vegetable. Mostly used as a garnish but delicious.
... t complaining. Turns out they knew about my blog. But really, they didn't need to do all that. The place was perfect, the atmosphere so good you could sit and just soak it up. More importantly, it was the nicest meal I've ever had. I felt genuinely sad when I was too full to eat any more. Although I kept trying.
Positive: The main area is very safe to walk around, even as a female at night. But wear cmfy shoes.
Negative: Atlanta airport security ...
... goodness we return to Montgomery soon so my diet and healthy eating regimen can resume again.
Tomorrow we plan to visit Kiawah Island Golf and Beach Resort – site of the 2012 PGA Championship, the Irvine Winery, and the Firefly Sweet Tea Vodka Distillery on Wadmalaw Island before heading back toward Augusta for another overnight stay.
Pictures of everything discussed above are posted below this blog. I’ll keep blogging if y’all keep ...
... seconds of silence as everyone watched in shock as the Foo Fighters walked onto the stage.
Anyways back to the main purpose here, the trip... My itinerary? I have purchased a one way ticket to Guatemala City and all I know is that I'm making my may South. I hope to see the Mayan ruins in Guatemala, get Scuba certified off the islands of Honduras, Volunteer for a few weeks in ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard by Marriott Charleston Historic District
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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