Plantation Oaks Inn

1199 Long Point Road, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, 29464, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 1199 Long Point Road, Mount Pleasant, is near Boone Hall Plantation, Charles Pinckney National Historic Site, Charles Pinckney National Historic Site, and "Doin' the Charleston" Tours.
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    Travel Blogs from Mount Pleasant

    Sightseeing, sunshine, happiness

    A travel blog entry by annarstv on Sep 01, 2013

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    ... historic houses. It is really beautiful, the houses and the trees on the street, it had a little bit of a mediterranean flair to me. After rainbow row we just started walking around and saw a few carriages driving around as city tours and we wanted to do one. We finally ended up at the historic city market of Charleston, where the carriage tours started. We paid for a tour and had a little time before it started, so we went into the market sheds just to ...

    The 4th of July

    A travel blog entry by finechina on Jul 06, 2013

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    I have about 2 hours to kill while on the plane to Charleston so it seems only logical to give a quick review on yesterday's events. Being the day of America's independence, there are a lot of celebrations both during the day and the evening. Along with this, each family will often celebrate the 4th in a different way. For us, we just had a really nice barbecue in some ...

    Charleston Historical Downtown tour

    A travel blog entry by onighjoy on May 11, 2013

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    ... architecture. The homes are beautiful. Interestingly, because Charleston was part of the losing South in the Civil war, for a 100 years after the war, the town had no money afterwards to build modern structures and things like that so it ended keeping most of its pre-civil war buildings and is now booming in tourism as the city to experience old America.

    I also visited the farmer's market opposite our hotel in the park. Just a normal market with great produce with ...

    Day 9 - Charleston

    A travel blog entry by kathy.63 on Jun 06, 2012

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    ... Lola's first ever margarita. I think the expression on Lola's face speaks for all stomachs around. That is not a good combination. Hope they remembered to buy air freshener.
    Kaf is, once again, noticeable in her absence. One thinks that the southern folk may not be as accepting of Kaf as their northern counterparts. She will remain in her bag until her travel buddies have surveyed the area and deemed it safe for her to make an ...

    From modern to old

    A travel blog entry by vildsak on Apr 26, 2011

    ... to Washington DC and New York and the closer we get the more excited I get. However, I feel more and more sad knowing that some of the people I have become closest to in this group are leaving when we get to New York and I will feel very sad for a while suddenly being without the people I have spent time with 24 hours a day for the last 5 weeks. Saying goodbye to people like this is really a big downside to travelling.

    Lots of love from South Carolina
    Vilde ...