Linwood Bed and Breakfast

Address: 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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      End of the Journey

      A travel blog entry by hemslie on Jul 10, 2014

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      ... in the winter when we will go down and play around in the Bahamas, hoping to get her to BVI but there is still insurance research to do with that.

      So for now my friends our journey is complete, thanks so much for following along! It was a very successful first trip filled with lots of memories.

      Cheers
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      Universal Studios: activity to queuing 1:100000

      A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Jan 03, 2014

      ... going back into Hogsmead where we discovered a few more shops to go into. Lollies, the uniform shop and also the Three Broom pub where people could eat but we only walked in to look at the decorations. Like being in a film set. Very well done. By this stage we were really cold and wanted a coffee to warm us up with. At a cafe we all sat down but i could tell Patrick wasn't ready to leave the Harry Potter world just yet so we agreed that he could have an hour to do what he wanted while ...

      The Warmth of Charleston

      A travel blog entry by danharriet on Nov 07, 2013

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      ... plantations. We had previously been to the Point of No Return on Ill de Gorgee where thousands of black humans were enslaved and shipped across the Atlantic Ocean to eventually end up in smaller slave markets like this one here in Charleston. Here in the neighborhood of beauty that was old southern homes, stood an innocent looking reminder of our dark past.

      Walking back into town we passed a water fountain that was unremarkable except that it was located in the ...

      Beachin' It!

      A travel blog entry by bethh1902 on Aug 21, 2013

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      ... too long to repeat here, but they had two plaques at our table noting that Sarah Jessica Parker and Michael Phelps had eaten at our table! Pretty cool, huh? I thought so. The food was delicious and we had a great evening.

      That being said, it's good to be back at the hotel. Just to kick back, relax, and take it easy. Write in my blog and do a little bit of nothing. Tomorrow is our last full day here. Boy the week sure has gone by fast!

      Beth
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      Magnolia Plantation

      A travel blog entry by onighjoy on May 10, 2013

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      Love days when you get smarter, learn something new or get to see something you've read or heard about. Today was that kind of day. We visited one of the local attractions, Magnolia Plantation which originally was one of the big rice farms and a home for slavery until the Civil War. The place also featured heavily in the Civil War due to Charleston's importance as a port. At one point in time, Charleston supplied about 30% of the world's rice so all the plantation owners ...