Linwood Bed and Breakfast

200 South Palmetto Street, Summerville, South Carolina, 29483, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 200 South Palmetto Street, Summerville, is near Pine Forest Country Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Summerville

    Our Favorite Southern Town, Charleston, SC

    A travel blog entry by jmpncw on Aug 29, 2013

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    ... turn and stopped for some amazing cider,boiled peanuts and southern charm. Fresh pies baked daily by an award winning pie maker. We bought the pecan pie that won Southern Living's best pie of 2010. It definitely deserved that award!!!

    Got lucky on an amazing hotel deal at the last minute! 75% off, we'll take it. Day full of driving equals a night full of sleep.

    Woke up early the next morning to hit Charleston. Loved ...

    Like a Caribbean Southern New Orleans

    A travel blog entry by dhkidd on Jul 04, 2013

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    ... before our dinner was outstanding. We had walked around Charleston quite a bit before dinner (trying to find a grocery store, etc. - found Harris Teeter), but then walked some more out to Waterfront Park where I dipped my feet in the fountain because by now they were starting to hurt! Charleston is beautiful, with old homes and moss in the trees.

    Friday 7/5 - I went down to breakfast in the patio at the Kings Courtyard. A waitress was serving tables ...

    Magnolia Plantation

    A travel blog entry by onighjoy on May 10, 2013

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    ... rich. The home is now a beautiful garden with its own alligator swamp and tours that cover slavery or nature. We went on the slavery tour - our guide gave us a very informative talk on over 570 years of slavery and we got to see the original slave quarters. I won't go into the detail but the slavery trade was terrible, with the last country to outlaw slavery as late as 1981.

    After the tour, we wandered around the beautiful gardens and then wandered through the swamp ...

    Doing the Charleston

    A travel blog entry by dullicksontour on Sep 25, 2012

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    ... the underground rail road was coming! The slaves couldn't get married, only cohabitate. Either of them could be sold at any time or even their kids if the master chose to. When they were freed it was hard for them to start their new lives as most of the slaves didn't know where they were born or when or even who their parents were. Final stop and most beautiful was the dock house which gives a huge idyllic view of the creek. Blake Lively & Ryan Reynolds got married ...

    Walking Tour of Charleston

    A travel blog entry by bkeel on Nov 08, 2011

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    ... to see if our stories matched (maybe he thought I was kidnapped or something; Ike thought it was more likely he suspected we were running drugs from Florida)! He let us go with just a warning to get the light fixed and away we went. We entered Florida in the dark and ended up in a campground in Lake City, Florida, about 50 miles west of Jacksonville for the night. Our 28th state so far!
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