Residence Inn by Marriott - Charleston Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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"He Y'all" how ya doin? Oh I love your accent!" This has been a regular response when we have spoken to people in the Deep South. On a few occasions it has felt like we speak a different language when I say water they waater! I have felt like a plummy English lady on many occasions and they seem to think Lee speaks like Dick Van Dyke from Mary Poppins! They are however some of the nicest most polite people we have met on our travels. ...
... away from home in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom, at the University of Hertfordshire. This will be the first time I am fully on my own and its in a foreign country. Don't mind the fact that I have studied and obsessed about England for the longest time. Somehow I have to try to pack any and everything that can make my dorm home, in two 70 pound suitcases. One hundred and forty pounds of my life for ...
... Charleston's historic market for something to eat but even though it stretches for 4 city blocks there were only a couple of food venders but lots of interesting artisans. By the time we had a snack & went back many stalls were closing!! What a pity - I love a good market & this had lots of crafts.
Our 2nd day was spent at the only Tea Plantation in America. ...
... which Pam had recommended ...very hot day and expensive, not very exciting stores so we had a coffee outside sitting by a petty fountain and then went to Kiawah island and the county beach which was lovely...miles of fine white sand. Walter and I walked along the sand while I and K went back to the car to rest. It was much cooler on the beach and we watched 2 labs play in the water Then off to the Tea Plantation on Wadalmaw Iasland. The ...
... the residents were quite well off and all looked quite sophisticated as the ambled down the streets full of quite expensive restaurants. It felt like a French Coastal town, with horse drawn carriages going around and quaint houses. One of the big things to do was to have a tour on the horse drawn carriages, so we did exactly that and booked in with one of the companies. This was a pretty cool ride through all the streets, the guide described all of the ...