Lavender and Lace Bed and Breakfast

Address: 136 Tradd Street, Charleston, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29401, United States | B&B
 
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      Travel Blogs from Charleston

      Off to the Big City

      A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 24, 2015

      8 comments, 9 photos

      ... good and off we went.

      Charleston is beautiful and charming. The homes are stunning, the people are very welcoming. I will certainly be "talking" more about all of this later because the evening took a turn. We did go to the Park, we did look at houses and we did check out the downtown neighbourhood before arriving at the restaurant. Tony, who is not a shopper took me into stores that he usually has no interest in. We arrived for our reservation with moments ...

      Day # 3 - Charleston, SC or Bust!

      A travel blog entry by chandlerhomes on Dec 18, 2014

      15 photos

      ... festivities.

      After getting Winnie set up, and before the light show, I whipped together a big pot of RV chili (which simply means I made it in the RV.) Then we bundled up and headed to the shuttle stop for an evening of lights, decorations and holiday festivities,

      I will say, the displays were AMAZING and the history behind this event is very impressive! This year also happened to be the 25th Anniversary ...

      Myrtle Beach to Charleston

      A travel blog entry by k-rod on Sep 29, 2014

      6 photos

      Summary

      Drove 100 miles in two hours.

      Highlights

      An amazingly historical town where the Confederate States loss of the US Civil war stills burns fresh and deep. Statues and memorials of fallen soldiers and Generals abound on every corner.

      If it is true that the winners of wars get to write history then this town is pushing ...

      Chapter Three: The March Begins

      A travel blog entry by alphakappa on Aug 09, 2014

      ... and yet one couldn’t help but picture their faces on the dying soldiers of the Battle of Atlanta. If there was action, Alpha Kappa would have been there, and likely would have suffered the same fate as the Alabamians, Georgians, and Tennesseans depicted in the mural, assuming Alpha Kappas can actually die.

      With heavy hearts, the Birmingham regiment stopped to refuel before the long march to Charleston. Alpha Kappa had won ...

      The Best Part

      A travel blog entry by beingsue-rdtrip on Mar 29, 2014

      18 photos

      ... I saw on Wednesday. No way, I couldn't believe it, almost all the same vendors were there except that guy. I did find a great little painting of Charleston homes. (I love to collect typical houses - paintings, sculptures, etc. - of places I visit.) Then I go toward my car, see the meter person starting a ticket, I go running, shouting that I am here, don't give me a ticket. He said he was after the car behind me. So put more money ...