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June 5, 2003
From journal Doing the Charleston
by Harriett Harper
May 1, 2003
Churches and graveyards - everywhere...beautiful structures from the 18th and 19th centuries. Wander through the graveyards next to the church for a glimpse of the past.
The Charleston Museum - first and oldest museum in the US, founded in 1773. Best Things About the Resort:Location, location, location! Right in the middle of Charleston's French Quarter. It is surrounded by restaurants and shops, but located on a quaint street, away from the busier thoroughfares of the city. It is so much in character with the old city.Resort Experience:The timeshare has 31 one and two bedroom units, all in a townhouse configuration. The first level of the timeshare contains the registration area, offices, and opens up into a lovely brick courtyard that it shares with its art gallery. The entrance to all the units is located on the second floor, which is accessibly by an elevator or grand staircase.
We stayed in a one bedroom unit, which had a full but small kitchen, living/dining area, and a half bath on the first level. The first level had beautiful hardwood floors. The bedroom and full bath were located on the second level. The balcony opened to the Historic Market. Furnishings were colonial style, which reflected the charm and period of the timeshare. All staff, from reception to housekeeping, were pleasant and efficient. It was one of our best timeshare stays.
From journal Charleston in Spring
by Nahali Croft
May 27, 2002
By walking out the door, you can take a carriage ride around the historic downtown area or visit all of Charleston's attractions. I enjoyed staying in the timeshare, and it would highly recommend it to anyone visiting Charleston.
From journal The Charms of Charleston