Philip Porcher House

19 Archdale Street, Charleston, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29401, United States | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the Harleston Village area of Charleston, is near Old City Market, Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist, Kiawah Island, and Jack Thomson's Civil War Walking Tour.
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Travel Blogs from Charleston

Charles-tons to do here!

A travel blog entry by cmitch257 on Jun 09, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... the area, and all the important parts of the historical centre of the city. The guide however was sticking the knife into the British for a considerable amount of the tour, blaming them for anything and everything, we let it slip, but tarnished the tour! We stopped at a local cafe, having some of the local treats, before moving on to our next destination, Savannah. Me and Lois really enjoyed Charleston, as it was a very nice environment, and the town was ...

Charleston 2nd day

A travel blog entry by jan-pete-cycle on Mar 27, 2014

1 photo

... it seems it was considered very special as it was a golden variety that was very popular but was very labour intensive. It was well suited to the area as it needed lots of fresh tidal water which the area has but when the slave trade stopped so did the rice cultivation. Well by now it was well into the afternoon so we decided to re-book the hotel for tonight as it was too late to start driving. We decided to go to the ...

Charleston, SC - And the Lessons continue...

A travel blog entry by shanmoeck on Jan 23, 2014

41 photos

... countrymen, who were in a state of rebellion. Looking at the shore I attempted to understand the ultimate joy of the Confederates once the Union surrendered the fort. There is nothing comparable to standing on the ground where history still lives and breathes. I was sad to relearn that Ft. Wagner had been taken by the sea. To have seen the site where Shaw and the 54th went down would have been incredible.

After the fort we decided ...

The Warmth of Charleston

A travel blog entry by danharriet on Nov 07, 2013

61 photos

... on February 17, 1864, an early submarine, the H.L. Hunley made a night attack on the USS Housatonic. In 1865, Union troops moved into the city and took control of the city ending this city involvement in the Civil War.

Since the end of the Civil War, modern Charleston has still seen historical events including the Civil Rights Movement and the 1989 Hurricane Hugo, which damaged three quarters of the historical homes in the city. The city was able to rebound ...

Kentucky to Charleston.

A travel blog entry by garrynjan on Aug 01, 2013

30 photos

... a little embarrassed to say, BUT this is the 3rd visit back to Charleston for Garry & I . The area is steeped in history and we wanted Erin & David to see why I have an album of “windows and doors of Charleston” (pics I have taken on previous visits ) on our coffee table at home in NZ.
SOOO my camera has had a little rest, and David will “wax lyrical” no doubt, in his next blog on this area. A visit to the ...

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