Travel Blogs from Charleston, United States

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March in Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

March in Charleston

A travel blog entry by non-revellers

... the airport:  We saw Rainbow Row, art galleries, Market Street, Battery Park...ate at Fleet Landing.  Great pom mojito. Found out this is the perfect time to visit Charleston.  Busy season starts in April and it gets stifling hot after May. ...

Charleston, SC, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston, SC

A travel blog entry by travelprincess1

School trip. ...

Charleston 2nd day, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston 2nd day

A travel blog entry by jan-pete-cycle

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Left hotel after a really nice breakfast and drove to the visitor centre, booked Alan's Talk of the Town bus tour and although he looked rather dour he was much more informative than yesterday's lady in Savannah. Back at the visitor centre we watched a ...

Getting ready and getting excited!!!, Charleston, United States travel blog

Getting ready and getting excited!!!

A travel blog entry by blindfaith101

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I'm getting SO excited about my upcoming trip. I'm scheduled to leave March 13th. I've had this list together for a while but now I'm seeing that I still need some things, mostly small things. Everything with an X by it has been set aside to be ...

A Rainy Day in Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

A Rainy Day in Charleston

A travel blog entry by gauke

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...  family and today it is the oldest public tourist site in the Low Country and the oldest public garden in the United States.  Though many of the flowers had gotten beaten to death by the hard rain of the previous evening ...

Day 5: Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Day 5: Charleston

A travel blog entry by kyliemarsh001

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... the story) and headed back to the hotel to relax. She swam and I chatted on the phone while walking around the marina. It was a beautiful last night in Charleston. Tomorrow we set out to see some beaches and prepare for our all day of relaxing on ...

Charleston, Charleston, USA travel blog

Charleston

A travel blog entry by wolters

... our sightseeing day in Saint Augustine, but because of rain, we had to just drive around and to Charleston. Here, we set up camp, before we headed out to Charleston city, where we ate Ben and Jerry's, and saw the herbie car. Daley made an awesome ...

Port of Charleston, SC, Charleston, United States travel blog

Port of Charleston, SC

A travel blog entry by operationfido

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... nbsp; Sumter... I didn't know it was practically an isolated island fort.  The fine old homes lining all around the Charleston shorelines...  quite an impressive sight.  We did not pass the old city riverfront as in Savannah, but ...

SC: A classic Southern home, Charleston, United States travel blog

SC: A classic Southern home

A travel blog entry by carlos.chavez

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... 20th century southern home.  It way too big for just the four of us.  We did a Carriage tour of historic Charleston.  Sean slept through the whole thing.  The rest of us enjoyed learning about the history of Charleston from our guide. ...

South Carolina, Charleston, United States travel blog

South Carolina

A travel blog entry by outside1

Southern ...

The Calm Before the Storm, Charleston, United States travel blog

The Calm Before the Storm

A travel blog entry by jessnutt1993

... adventure.        This spring I will be spending my semester away from home in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom, at the University of Hertfordshire. This will be the first time I am fully on my own and its in a ...

A Day in the Streets, Charleston, SC, United States travel blog

A Day in the Streets

A travel blog entry by indigobleue

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My first day in Charleston was WONDERFUL. I was amazed by the small streets, narrow walkways, and yet the beauty within the city! Most cities I've been in have very little nature when it's this populated. But there are trees and vines and flowers and ...

We visit Boone Hall - an old plantation, Charleston, United States travel blog

We visit Boone Hall - an old plantation

A travel blog entry by marty_chrissie

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... with live oaks on either side. It sits on Horlbeck Creek in the Christ Church parish about 10 miles from historic downtown Charleston. The earliest know existence of the ground is 1681. It originated from a land grant given to Major John Boone. The ...

Beautiful Plantation Houses, Charleston, United States travel blog

Beautiful Plantation Houses

A travel blog entry by ashka_dane

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... in the area. We started with the Hopsewee Plantation circa 1740. One of the oldest preserved plantations open to the public in the United States.  First lived in by Thomas Lynch, Sr., an early leader in the American Revolution, both he and his son, ...

Lowcountry Cajun Festival, James Island, United States travel blog

Lowcountry Cajun Festival

A travel blog entry by nicolewang

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Jul 17, 2011, Charleston, United States travel blog

Jul 17, 2011

A travel blog entry by roadtrippers

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They could fly!, Charleston, United States travel blog

They could fly!

A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear

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... you are a dead ringer for Bill Murray?" and then she returned to her next story.  (Bill Murray does have a Charleston connection, by the way).  By shifting a little on his bench, he had minimally acknowledged both questions without ...

Jul 16, 2011, Charleston, United States travel blog

Jul 16, 2011

A travel blog entry by roadtrippers

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Tour of Charleston and Drayton Hall, North Charleston, United States travel blog

Tour of Charleston and Drayton Hall

A travel blog entry by cdrisk

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... . Apparently cypress doesn't rot and insects don't like it. Returned to the hotel for a nap, lecture on the civil war in Charleston and a surf and turf dinner. Dinner was good but have to cut back on the portions. Maybe just salad for lunch tomorrow. ...

The Grand Old South, Charleston, United States travel blog

The Grand Old South

A travel blog entry by suzyaplus

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... cemented the top.  They added a god-awful structure to the middle and it was used for a fort during WWII to guard Charleston Harbor.  Then we took a drive down to the Battery.  We enjoyed walking around and seeing the mansions of previous ...

Do the Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Do the Charleston

A travel blog entry by andrewannalisa

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Highlights: Freak heat wave! Restaurant week - affordable food at fancy restaurants Lowlights: Days Inn, Historic Downtown - don't do it Freak heat wave - no ...

Quite frankly Scarlett I dont give a damn !, Charleston, United States travel blog

Quite frankly Scarlett I dont give a damn !

A travel blog entry by tredders

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... ...Its been in the family the whole time..Its the oldest gardens in the area I think it was put together a couple of years after Charleston was settled...dont ask me dates as I am hopeless...Alough I have found out the civil war was in 1861 not 1830 like ...

Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston

A travel blog entry by juliacaplan

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Quick stop off in Charleston today to see where the first shots went off for the civil war and see all the crazy big mansions and rainbow ...

Charleston Ayer time, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston Ayer time

A travel blog entry by freedom50plus

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The trip meter on the car apparently resets at 10,000 Kms we discovered, during our nine hour ride to a Charleston Boomer and Carol reunion. We missed Tim, Jin, Danielle and Ryan on our last pass through in December, and this time a complete Ayer brood ...

eine lange lange Fahrt, Charleston, United States travel blog

eine lange lange Fahrt

A travel blog entry by ramona-usa

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Meine Begeisterung für die Greyhound-Busse verschwindet allmählich. Jeder sagt etwas anderes, an jeder Station gibt es neue Regeln und neue Formulare. Plötzlich braucht man ein extra Ticket, was an den Koffer kommt, an der nächsten Stelle darf man ...

MAGNOLIA PLANTATION AND GARDENS, Charleston, United States travel blog

MAGNOLIA PLANTATION AND GARDENS

A travel blog entry by joanandlarry

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... . Unlike cathedrals and castles, it isn't true that when you you've seen one plantation you've seen them all - at least not in Charleston. Each one that we toured had it's own "flavor", story and claim to fame. Each was truly unique. That is no doubt true ...

Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston

A travel blog entry by hljones88

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Now strangely referred to as ...

tour of charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

tour of charleston

A travel blog entry by ggibbofam

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... tour we walked around town to take in all the sites of places we didn't see on the tour. Then next we went to the Charleston Museum. That was a huge museum. I learned a lot there on many different things. From the beginning of time to about the end of ...

Sightseeing & Shopping, Charleston, United States travel blog

Sightseeing & Shopping

A travel blog entry by jackie_mack

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We drove to the Harley Davidson shop to get a t-shirt for Jeff and a hat pin for me. We then drove into downtown Charleston to park the car at the visitors centre again but it was full so we had to find another park.  We found one but it was only ...

Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston

A travel blog entry by bl_us_road_trip

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... storey fish tank they were swimming around in) and the lemurs in a Madagascar section. We then walked through downtown Charleston. It's is a beautiful city, with wonderful gardens, historical houses and lots of independent shops and restaurants. We ate ...

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