Residence Inn by Marriott - Charleston Airport
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Another beautiful, hot, humid day...had a nice breakfast and then we were off to Folly Beach first which is on James Island.....across large marsh flats full of white egrets, and Boardwalk piers that connect private homes to their boats. We parked and walked to the Fishing Pier for a look and found the local fishermen watching the construction people replace some of the piers pilings...no fish tho. Then on to Johns Island and Fresh Fields ...
... Tonight we just wandered a block from the hotel into a residential area. Very pretty! Pictures tomorrow. Charleston much larger than savannah, more like a city . We should have a better grasp on it tomorrow. The Spoleto Arts Festival is still here in Charleston. Many tents in several parks nearby for arts crafts and performing arts. Today most were closed due to the deluge. There is also music and plays in historic buildings. And we know you are getting good ...
... the buildings were fascinating; roofs with cannon balls lodged in them from the Siege of Charles Towne in 1780, homes that held parties in 1860 when South Carolina seceded from the Union, Inns were Presidents tied their horses for the night and on and on. We went to St. Michael’s Church, the oldest religious structure in Charleston, where such men as George Washington and Robert. E. Lee worshiped. We strolled through numerous graveyards ...
... where the houses were painted in Caribbean-like pastel colors, and though it is supposed to be one of those places you have to visit, it didn't do that much for me. But we checked it off the list anyway. Then we headed across the river to Shem Creek, after a text message advice from Kristin. We were hungry so we stopped in a restaurant on the creek for lunch with a view, and what a view we had!!! The dolphins come to this creek at a certain time every day to feed ...
... of a prettier site than these docks at sunset. After dinner we drove back over the bridge, by the way this is a very impressive bridge, and went into downtown Charleston. We walked King and Meeting Streets, two of the major restaurant and shopping areas. We had to stop for dessert of course and found a place called Sticky Fingers that did not disappoint. On Wednesday, I wanted to spend the entire day in Charleston so we got started about 10:30 am. Robert and Joyce ...