Motel 6 Charleston North
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Known for its rich history, well-preserved architecture, distinguished restaurants, and mannerly people, Charleston has received a large number of accolades, including "America's Most Friendly City" by Travel + Leisure in 2011 and in 2013 and 2014 by Condé Nast Traveler, and also "the most polite and hospitable city in America" by Southern Living magazine.
Founded in 1670 as Charles Towne in honor of King Charles ...
... park through moss lined roads and over wetlands on the Scenic Byway.
Arrived early before checkin but our site was available so we unhooked and drove down. We love it. Unfortunately, we couldn't book this site for more than one night but we secured another spot a few doors down for 3 more nights. The little beach town nearby has some ...
... stomach. Our accommodations were courtesy of someone who Kaitlyn found through AirBnB and shared nothing but “very chill vibes” with her guests. We agreed to pay to park in the lot and use the kitchen and bathroom. Unfortunately this was not money well spent. The four unit apartment complex was in a nice enough neighborhood which made it stand out like a sore thumb. It was tucked in a corner at the very back of the neighborhood on a ...
... in which we would take but a cursory look inside as we planned to return to the market toward the end of our walk.
Standing on the corner of the street was the Charleston City Hall. In 1800, the Charleston City Council approved the construction of the City Hall which was started immediately and completed in 1804. We stopped for a time and viewed parts of the City Hall. We were told that we couldn’t see all of the City Hall until the staff returned from their noon ...
... to the beach, hiking on the beach a mile and a half to the place where the Ashley River meets the ocean. The hike was amazing. The beach kept getting wider and wider and there were lots of tide pools with all kinds of shells and starfish--more starfish than I have EVER seen. We even saw lots of Horseshoe crab shells, and since last night was a full moon, I am wondering if they didn't all come up to mate on the beach last night, many not making it back ...