Pink Dolphin

Address: 301 E Richardson Ave., Summerville, South Carolina, 29483, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 301 E Richardson Ave., Summerville, is near Old Dorchester State Historic Site, The Golf Club at Wescott Plantation, Legend Oaks Plantation, and Pine Forest Country Club.
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      Travel Blogs from Summerville

      Charleston, SC - And the Lessons continue...

      A travel blog entry by shanmoeck on Jan 23, 2014

      41 photos

      ... Sumter....It was a brisk day and we were at the ocean. I'm never sure what I need more the ocean or the mountains…The wind almost kept us off the open deck of the ferry, but I could not pass up the view of the sea and the forts with a pane of glass blocking my view. We landed and had a 15 minute orientation about the site. As I stood in the whipping wind, I tried to imagine what it was like to be the Union soldiers who were being bombarded by ...

      Charleston...ehh

      A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Nov 30, 2013

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... cooked in the Scamp we headed downtown. We brought Gordon with us to sleep in the car because we were not 100% comfortable leaving alone in the parking lot. We parked on King St, one of the two main downtown streets. One end was lined with upscale clothing stores and art galleries while the opposite end was inhabited by a myriad of restaurants and bars that all shared one thing in common, they were empty. It was Saturday night and there was ...

      The Warmth of Charleston

      A travel blog entry by danharriet on Nov 07, 2013

      61 photos

      ... The largest and most striking of these homes was the Calhoun Mansion that was built just after the Civil War in 1876. It was built as a beacon to light the way for Charleston to reemerge from the destruction of the Civil War. After completion the home gradually deteriorated until it was condemned in 1972. A prominent businessman of the city purchased the home and spent the next twenty five years and five million dollars to bring this home back to its original spender of 1876 when ...

      Day 9: Charleston

      A travel blog entry by tieken on Jun 23, 2013

      32 photos

      Hi from humid Charleston! We had another great breakfast this morning at the 1837 Bed and Breakfast. Following breakfast we took a 90 minute bus tour to get the lay of the city.  Our guide gave us so much information, we were both a bit overwhelmed! Charleston has some beautiful old homes and buildings, but I have to say, I much prefer Savannah! After the tour, we decided to go back to a ...

      Closing in on the promised land!

      A travel blog entry by cndashton on Oct 22, 2012

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... We arrive at the Middleton Inn - a load of cabins in a wood with alligators in the nearby lake. We're given stickers to explore the historic estate and the reception staff inform us we can go horse riding or kayaking. Obviously someone who has never ridden a bike for 110 miles!

      Another day over. I'm so excited. We have nearly reached the promised land. I can almost smell the ocean from here.


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