Residence Inn by Marriott - Charleston Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Neela needed her local cuisine so we found a great restaurant (Hominy Grill: a spectacular find) where we had fried cheesy grits, collard greens, okra, and the family favorite: low country stew (a seafood combination with andouille sausage served over Carolina Gold rice).
Our first night of camping went very well, particularly because Neela went back to work on tooth wiggling and we were all entertained ...
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... a cruise ship across the bay, but the Navy beast was way more impressive.
The other tours booked included going on a horse drawn carriage around the old town, plus a boat trip on the harbour. More great freebies! It wasn't until we did the horse drawn carriage that we both warmed to Charleston, and started to realise why it's so popular. It helped that the driver had so much knowledge. He didn't hardly take a breath the whole hour with full ...
... not only by the food, but also with the presentation. The fried green tomatoes with tasso ham, sauteed onions and red peppers, and an amazing version of low country gravy, served over grits, were the best either of us had ever tasted.
Hoping to see a nicely restored plantations we drove to Boone Hall Plantation and Gardens. Didn't go in due to the steep price of $20.00 per person. Got on the highway and headed towards Asheville, ...
... ride through town and got some learnin done. Do
you know why there are 2 sets of stairs leading into homes and churches
etc?? It's because ladies could not show their ankles and lifting
their hoop skirts to go up the stairs would expose them. It was OK to
show cleavage, but no ankles. So the men used one set, the ladies the
other. I also learned that a balcony with the door closed meant there
was nudity there ...