Travel Blogs from Charleston, United States

Sort by Newest Best first

Off to a great start with Max at the helm, Charleston, United States travel blog

Off to a great start with Max at the helm

A travel blog entry by captin7seas

2

Sailing to Bermuda and back from Charleston carries many challanges by itself - then there were the other boats that were trying to get there before us. Were it not for the combination of a Low South East of Bermuda and a High North West, the center of ...

Friends Day, Charleston, United States travel blog

Friends Day

A travel blog entry by travelbuddy420

10

... at one of our favorite Mexican restaurants, with one of our favorite people. Ruth was one of my very first friends in Charleston, and she was also a co worker of Dale's at the public library.   Visited with more friends after lunch, this ...

Mt. Charleston and Sam's Town, Mt Charleston, United States travel blog

Mt. Charleston and Sam's Town

A travel blog entry by lenoreandjohn

3

... . This mountain is only 35 miles northwest of Las Vegas and is within the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, the Mount Charleston Wilderness Area, and the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area. According to Wikipedia, it is 11,916 ft high and is the ...

A Variety of Sites in Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

A Variety of Sites in Charleston

A travel blog entry by cphenly

54

We started the day by heading to the National Park Service Visitor Center--the pushing off point for Fort Sumter.  We were here about 18 years ago and took the boat tour out to the fort, so we didn't want to do that today.  There is a whole new ...

Anticipation, Charleston, United States travel blog

Anticipation

A travel blog entry by r10vill9

7
8

... opinions, sometimes referred to as arguments, we are at last on the road. We are for the moment on familiar turf, Charleston SC, where I have predictably posed for the really strong flow photo at the local water fountain and found other ways to annoy ...

Charleston Fall break, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston Fall break

A travel blog entry by cameroncrazy

6

... break of the first year we were at school.  We were excited to see the beach but the most impressive parts of Charleston were the bridges and old buildings.  Our daughter had really never been to the beach before and we thought she would live ...

Charleston, West Virginia, Drive Thru State, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston, West Virginia, Drive Thru State

A travel blog entry by 2seniortraveler

4

... through Charleston, West Virginia and got a quick shot of the Capital Building Dome. It is the highest state capital dome in the United States. Higher than the dome on the Nations Capital Building in Washington DC. Oh, and it is covered in 23-Karat gold ...

Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston

A travel blog entry by sarahdurnan

21

... in pastels. Most houses have verandas and nearly all of them have a porch covered in Halloween decorations. We explored Charleston by horse drawn carriage. Visited the old slave market museum and learnt about the domestic slave trade. Visited the USS ...

Hey y'all, Charleston, United States travel blog

Hey y'all

A travel blog entry by laurab627

1

... and Audrey and I were able to get on the next flight an hour later.  The three of us were able to get to Charleston together no problem. We decided to rent a house on the beach, not because we were going in prime beach season (it was ...

Visits to the Plantations & Charming Charleston!, Charleston, United States travel blog

Visits to the Plantations & Charming Charleston!

A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels

46

... following is from wikipedia.org/wiki/Scuppernong The scuppernong is a large variety of a species of grape native to the Southern United States. It is usually a greenish or bronze color and is similar in appearance and texture to a white grape, but ...

Charleston, SC (12/30/2014-1/2/2015), Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston, SC (12/30/2014-1/2/2015)

A travel blog entry by mmartini246

17

... over himself and car. Picked up car and brought it home to pack up. T bo cleaned the aparts! Drove around downtown Charleston and battery. Parked in garage and went to Husk for lunch. Really good. Got fried chicken skins, turkey sandwich, amazing cheese ...

Isle of Palms, Charleston, United States travel blog

Isle of Palms

A travel blog entry by trent

xzczxcxc ...

Jim & June's Odyssey - Charleston, Charleston, WV, United States travel blog

Jim & June's Odyssey - Charleston

A travel blog entry by jimcabay

... in the 1930’s and is now the major employer in the region.  There is also a huge DuPont Plant close to Charleston.         Every road has a name, not a number.  Shortcuts are called cross-overs, ...

Another Fort, Charleston, United States travel blog

Another Fort

A travel blog entry by richandjanell

3

... shot of the Civil War took place.  We had to take a ferry out to the fort as it is on a little island in the Charleston Bay.  It was used during the Civil War and the Spanish-American War.  After we got back from there we toured the USS ...

Charleston, South Carolina, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston, South Carolina

A travel blog entry by mwsaltzman

Our first trip together!! Charleston ...

Sleeping in the Old Citadel, Charleston, United States travel blog

Sleeping in the Old Citadel

A travel blog entry by azbell

15

Michelle and I rose early this morning and completed the three hour trip from Augusta, Georgia to our final destination, Charleston, South Carolina.  I noticed once we crossed the border that South Carolina likely has the most fireworks stands, strip ...

Pralines and Cheesburgers, Charleston, United States travel blog

Pralines and Cheesburgers

A travel blog entry by bethh1902

5

First on the agenda today was sleeping in! Brittney didn't really want to spend a lot of time in the sun today, as she was sunburned, so we had decided to take our time getting up. After several days of being on the go all day, it was a welcome change! ...

The

The "Meeting"

A travel blog entry by 2010gsebrazil

December 5 was the day the group had anxiously awaited....meeting day.  It was the day we first got to meet our fellow teammates and group leader.  To say the beginning of the meeting was quiet would be an understatement.  Everyone walked ...

USS Yorktown.Ghost Tour, Charleston, United States travel blog

USS Yorktown.Ghost Tour

A travel blog entry by swiss3319

3

... sport and indulged my desire to take a "ghost tour" at 10 PM. We walked with our tourguide through much of downtown Charleston and through several grave yards. Unfortunately or fortunately for some, we did not see any ghosts but heard great stories of ...

Saunter..., Charleston, United States travel blog

Saunter...

A travel blog entry by eburrell

I had an amazing trip to Charleston SC! It began with a picnic on the beach and continued to the Kudu cafe the next morning as well as a visit to my lovely grandparents. The breakfast at Andrew Picknkey hotel is absolutely pure class. The Social ...

May 05, 2015, Charleston, United States travel blog

May 05, 2015

A travel blog entry by batiz

23

Kris the

Kris the "Foodie"

A travel blog entry by skychi

1
18

... ;   So we finally get to talk and catch up on life. Kris invites me to one of her favorite restaurants in Charleston.   We had a blast. Our waiter Kelly is an actor. He made the dining experience at Lana Restaurant & Bar very memorable. ...

not today, Charleston, United States travel blog

not today

A travel blog entry by antanyia

Hey to all of you bloggers out there. dont you hate when your talkin to some one then some one else comes right in. Have you ever heard speak when spoken ...

" Give 'em hell 54th"

A travel blog entry by matusz

9

... of emergencies. She can call for help. Pat called...looking forward to the wedding. You stud... Tomorrow we are staying in Charleston again. Taking a boat..hopefully.. to where the 54th Massachusetts made their last stand... You can only get there at low ...

Planning the unexpected, Charleston, South Carolina, United States travel blog

Planning the unexpected

A travel blog entry by anilpurohit80

I should've realized that the chaotic nature of just anticipating going to India would lead to chaoticness itself. It has been approximately 4 weeks since I submitted an application to receive a visa on my passport to allow me to enter into the land of ...

Highway 101 continued, Sunset Bay State Park, United States travel blog

Highway 101 continued

A travel blog entry by sereivam

16

... Park) - Seeing hundreds of seal on the rocks. (Close to Sea Lion Caves) - Dinner in High Tide restaurant: fresh cod with almonds and white wine and, of course, the Clam Chowder (Charleston) - Cozily looking at a fire in a Sunset Bay campground. -- Elena ...

A Day of States Rights and Mac & Cheese, Charleston, United States travel blog

A Day of States Rights and Mac & Cheese

A travel blog entry by azbell

14

... it was hotter than Hell and still humid as all get out. For lunch, we dined at King Street Grill, an upscale Charleston burger restaurant owned by Pittsburgh Steeler Ben Roethlisberger.   When Michelle saw Mac and Cheese Eggrolls, a dish that ...

Do you have wings?, Charleston, United States travel blog

Do you have wings?

A travel blog entry by skychi

4

http://store.crsmithmuseum.org  Parents often ask "Do you have wings?". It was the custom for flight attendants and pilots to give wings to "First Time Flyers". I got my first flight attendant wings when I was a child at the age of twelve during ...

Southern Charm, Charleston, United States travel blog

Southern Charm

A travel blog entry by skychi

20

... Market Street. It is next door to French Quarter Inn and Shops. It is where the locals go for seafood in Charleston. The Garibaldi’s specialty signature dish is fried Flounder. It is exquisite. The cuisine is Norther Italian. Entrees are ...

Nothing Could Be Finer . . ., Charleston, United States travel blog

Nothing Could Be Finer . . .

A travel blog entry by domenoe

2
9

... recommended by Tommy, the man we met from South Carolina while staying in New Smyrna Beach. We entered the city limits of Charleston and it looked like we were in the midst of modern civilization again.  Car dealers, stores, restaurants and traffic ...

Sort by Newest Best first