Zero Water Street Bed and Breakfast

Address: 31 East Battery, Charleston, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29401, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Charlestowne area of Charleston, is near Nathaniel Russell House, The Calhoun Mansion, Old Exchange & Provost, and Edmonston-Alston House.
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      Travel Blogs from Charleston

      Leaving BnB on Tiffany Hill

      A travel blog entry by maustravels on Sep 29, 2014

      ... city. Finally found the house@ 8 Chisholm Street which is only one block from the water but it's at the edge of the downtown area behind the Coast Guard and an old building that belonged to the ROTC in prior times. We drove to the closest supermarket called Harris Teeter. While in the Juice section I asked 2 young girls about Claire's age where to go for dinner. They recommended a pizza place called Monza which is next door to A bar called Closed For Business. The pizza was ...

      Beautiful Plantation Houses

      A travel blog entry by ashka_dane on Jun 17, 2014

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      ... t take photographs.
      A beautifully done, elegant yet simple, stunning home. Full of vintage furniture and antique paintings. If walls could talk, oh the stories they would tell.
      Walking through the gorgeous gardens and along the river bank, you can only imagine who walked those same paths 100, 200 even 300 years ago. Its incredible. What isn't nice to think about is the terribly horrific things that went on there with slavery.
      The property is full ...

      Enjoying new old places

      A travel blog entry by christinewesten on Apr 17, 2014

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      ... you can see in both directions. There is also a long pier going out into the ocean. I got my feet wet and then sat on the soft white sand for awhile. It was pretty windy and I got sand everywhere but it was so nice to sit and enjoy the sounds of the ocean and the warm sun!

      Last stop of the day was dinner at mine and Renee's favorite place from the last trip, Hubee Ds. Delicious buttermilk cornbread, chicken tenders and fries. What a great end to the day.
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      Charleston, SC - And the Lessons continue...

      A travel blog entry by shanmoeck on Jan 23, 2014

      41 photos

      ... recommended the Hunley and without that suggestion I would not have known that site was there. The Hunley has great exhibits to show just how small the vessel was. After completing its mission of hitting the Housatonic, the Hunley signaled their success to land, and then vanished. The Hunley was finally found in 1995, intact and well preserved. The recovery and preservation efforts are to be applauded. From the site, we decided to head to Magnolia ...

      Charming Charleston

      A travel blog entry by blakes on May 24, 2013

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      ... br>
      After lunch Randy and I continued walking around the city. We found a beautiful church and graveyard. Here's something I learned on the carriage ride: A graveyard is attached to a church and you have to be a church member to be buried there. A cemetery is open to any denomination and is not necessarily beside a church. We walked through the graveyard and read some of the headstones. There ...