Travel Blogs from Charleston, United States

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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 ...

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 ...

The Pool, Charleston, United States travel blog

The Pool

A travel blog entry by griffinpathways

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When we woke up we decided to go to the pool. Which was a different one this time, The Night Heron Park. This pool looked amazing. When we went we expected to pay for entry but it turned out that we were on the V.I.P list! The pool was great. It had ...

Charles-tons to do here!, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charles-tons to do here!

A travel blog entry by cmitch257

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... to the Boone Hall plantation, this is where one of the houses in the notebook is, and the only still used plantation in Charleston is. The approach to the plantation was stunning, lined with Giorgia trees, and a beautiful estate at, the end. Here we went ...

Welcome!       Bienvenida!, Charleston, United States travel blog

Welcome! Bienvenida!

A travel blog entry by doniharrison

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... with you. Hopefully I will have daily access to a computer in the hotels and will be able to update often. I leave Charleston on December 25th (Merry Christmas!)and will return January 5th. I hope you will find the photos I will be sending entertaining. ...

Charleston - en by med sjel, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston - en by med sjel

A travel blog entry by usatur2013

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... ikke ofte blir omtalt, men som aldri bør bli glemt. Blant annet lærte vi at den Amerikanske borgerkrigen begynte her i Charleston, ved at slavehandlerne her gikk til krig mot Nord for å kunne opprettholde sin levestandard, som på mange vis var ...

Charleston, SC - And the Lessons continue..., Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston, SC - And the Lessons continue...

A travel blog entry by shanmoeck

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A few weeks ago an unexpected invitation came. A trip to Charleston to attend #rangerwedding, and do some fun historical sightseeing. This invitation came from a colleague. I was initially concerned about traveling with someone I really didn't know ...

Stormy Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Stormy Charleston

A travel blog entry by erikenwendy

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... al te veel keuzes nodig heeft en vooral heel duidelijk aangegeven highlights. Ideaal dus voor 2 'door-7-staten-heenhoppende-europese-toeristen'.  Charleston is nog geen 350 jaar oud, maar de geschiedenis die ze hebben is super goed bewaard en na elke ...

zwei entspannte Tage in der Küstenstadt, Charleston, United States travel blog

zwei entspannte Tage in der Küstenstadt

A travel blog entry by ramona-usa

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... stehen lauter kleine (oft etwas schiefe) hübsche Häuser und man bekommt an jeder Ecke Meeresfrüchte. Und dazu hat Charleston noch unglaublich viele Kirchen. Dafür kann man hier lange Supermärkte in der Stadt suchen, es gibt nur vereinzelt Kiosks, ...

A Few of My Favorite Things, Charleston, United States travel blog

A Few of My Favorite Things

A travel blog entry by christinewesten

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... a great place to eat your lunch and do some walking! My last stop of the day was one of my other favorite places, the Charleston Tea Plantation.  It began raining on my way there and that made the covered front porch with large rocking chairs all the ...

Lunch with the Great Aunts, Charleston, United States travel blog

Lunch with the Great Aunts

A travel blog entry by katemoore

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Just finished touring the Charleston Market and have stopped for lunch at our favorite place, The Charleston Crab House. Great food! Then it was down to the breakwater for a stroll and a look at the colorful ...

The city of Rain, Charleston, United States travel blog

The city of Rain

A travel blog entry by waitnsea

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We have been looking forward to this stop since we started planning our adventure.  We stopped here on an overnight several years ago when we brought our boat north.  Arriving on a Saturday; we had a few days to explore before I had ...

Charleston, SC, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston, SC

A travel blog entry by jarallis

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Beautiful city with a lot of history and fantastic old homes. People of South Carolina are so friendly and love their accent. Southern ...

Phillip Simmons  Charleston's Most Famous Artist, Charleston, United States travel blog

Phillip Simmons Charleston's Most Famous Artist

A travel blog entry by skychi

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... Fellowship because of the authenticity, excellence and significance of his work.During his acceptance speech, according to Vlach's "Charleston Blacksmith, The Work of Philips Simmons," he took the stage shortly after a blues duo performed and explained ...

Charleston  Spoleto Jazz Festival 2010, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston Spoleto Jazz Festival 2010

A travel blog entry by skychi

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... Scene. Alluette's Jazz Cafe has been noticed by Oprah. Alluette's Jazz Cafe will be featured in Oprah's Magazine July edition. The Charleston Spoleto Jazz Festival 2010 runs from May 28 - June 13, 2010. Stop by Alluette's Jazz Cafe or Huger's for great ...

Holy City, Charleston, United States travel blog

Holy City

A travel blog entry by skychi

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Charleston is known as Holy City because it has so many churches. The buildings in Charleston, SC are low-rise. The church steeples dot the city view. I photographed St. Matthews Lutheran Church because I was Lutheran before I became non-demoniational. I ...

The painful airport, Charleston, United States travel blog

The painful airport

A travel blog entry by conkandmoo

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hi, it's Connor, we are waiting at the airport and guess what.......     Our flight has been delayed for TWO WHOLE HOURS! and dads suitcase is ONE pound over the limit [ twenty-five ] and mum is ONE pound under the limit. We are going ...

Come with me to Erin, Charleston, United States travel blog

Come with me to Erin

A travel blog entry by hilb1002

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I'm just a little over a week away from setting off on my Grande Irish Adventure. Very mixed emotions, to be sure.  Of course I'm thrilled and of course I can't wait to get started. There is also some anxiety over the ...

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