Capers Motte House

Address: 69 Church Street, Charleston, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29401, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Charlestowne area of Charleston, is near Nathaniel Russell House, Heyward-Washington House, Civil War Walk, and Historic Homes Walk.
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Travel Blogs from Charleston

Warming the toes

A travel blog entry by ktchris on Nov 19, 2014

26 photos

... really crazy is that a group of campers spent the night out in tents. We may be crazy but we are not that crazy. I hope they had really good sleeping bags! We made some coffee and used it to warm up our hands as we spent the morning getting ready to go for a hike. The best way to warm up is to get moving so we found a nice long trail right along the campsite and started walking. At the beginning we were wearing 2 pairs of ...

Basic Ways You Can Fight Acne

A travel blog entry by puma0john on May 08, 2014

... basic skin care methods. We have shared with you some of those simple methods today. The above information was put together with great care because we know the value of accurate and timely material. All you need to do is take a close look at this, and you will be able to tell that it is right on and especially with the supporting research. You have to realize that best moisturizer for oily skin is a wide field ...

Charleston Tour

A travel blog entry by sandyray on Mar 31, 2014

23 photos

... of green, black and Oolong teas. Very interesting.

Then we were off again. This time to the Magnolia Plantation and Gardens. Founded in 1676, it is the oldest public gardens in America, opened to visitors in 1870. We were taken on a tram tour of the wetlands, lakes, forests and marshes. We saw lots of birds, turtles and alligators. We thought we left the alligators in the Okefenokee ...

Magnolia Plantation

A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Feb 05, 2014

1 comment, 21 photos

... work the slaves had to do and the cruelties they had to endure to make money for the plantation owner and his family, so they could live in luxury, and travel the world collecting treasures to put in their mansions.

In the late 1770's, rice and indigo made Charleston a very rich city. So, purely because I liked the name, we went to Magnolia Plantation and Gardens. He was one of the good (ish) ...


A travel blog entry by joanandlarry on Dec 19, 2013

2 comments, 28 photos

The Time Share Trap

It was my fault ! We'd been looking for Hyman’s café, well noted and famous for their succulent deep fried southern-style hush puppies. The talking lady in the cell phone had said it was just ahead on the right. Not seeing it and somewhat discouraged, I turned to the man at my right leaning on the doorway to the travel office and said to Larry, "This man can tell us where Hyman’s and their ...

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