Travel Blogs from Charleston, United States

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Eastside Story, Charleston, United States travel blog

Eastside Story

A travel blog entry by cjcarter27

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... are back in the saddle with Toto II and heading up the east coast. Spent two nights here in James Island, SC near Charleston and just over the bridge from Folly Beach. The County campground here was full when we arrived. There were no campsites ...

Palmetto Trees Everywhere, Charleston, United States travel blog

Palmetto Trees Everywhere

A travel blog entry by beesandtrees

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... checking in.  Two sisters from Sweden, Marie  & Lisa.  We went to Dinner at Joe Pasta and walked around Charleston (I forgot my camera so no pics).  They are very cool chicks.  This is one of my favorite parts of traveling, ...

Day 9: Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Day 9: Charleston

A travel blog entry by tieken

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... a 90 minute bus tour to get the lay of the city.  Our guide gave us so much information, we were both a bit overwhelmed! Charleston has some beautiful old homes and buildings, but I have to say, I much prefer Savannah! After the tour, we decided to ...

Gas Station Bars & Hoochy Mama's in Charleston, SC, Charleston, United States travel blog

Gas Station Bars & Hoochy Mama's in Charleston, SC

A travel blog entry by traceourtracks

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... took us to, obviously we tried to get our 'moneys worth'!! As we where unable to move Lester chose to explain what downtown Charleston is like on a Thursday night. Apparently the ratio of 8 women to every man is infamous and lead him to explain that ...

WE ARE HAVING TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES, Barrio San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina, United States travel blog

WE ARE HAVING TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES

A travel blog entry by ecagle

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Hello all.  Sorry for the delay in posting any messages, but I am having a little technical difficulty getting my camera up and running.  Hopefully things will be fixed soon.  I simply wanted to let all those who are worried about me ...

Charleston Walking, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston Walking

A travel blog entry by sjk

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... to abolish this completely. We also saw many signs which showed that the home owners do not like Carnival Cruises docking in Charleston. I think visitors bring good business to the town but may be the home owners did not like their privacy explored any ...

834 miles into my journey!, Charleston, United States travel blog

834 miles into my journey!

A travel blog entry by rachelvanslyke

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so i am sitting at a coffee shop heading out of Charleston this morning when a man approached me, "you need to update your blog" then graciously allowed me to use his mac to post my first entry of the journey. I'm 834 miles in. It 's been an unreal ...

Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston

A travel blog entry by dn3a

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We really enjoyed these last 2 days. Yesterday was basically a transit day, getting from Myrtle Beach to Charleston. We got in after 3PM, too late to do much in a touristy way, so we decided just to relax. The weather was perfect-sunny and warm, and ...

Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston

A travel blog entry by libbykay

I stayed at a hostel where they let me camp out in the backyard in my tent, and I mostly just hung out downtown, walked around the college a bit, hung out at the Battery for a couple ...

Doop Doop Doop Lookin out my back door!, Charleston, United States travel blog

Doop Doop Doop Lookin out my back door!

A travel blog entry by bharden

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... 5 minutes or so to wake me up. I moved away and she came closer. A bit scary but i survived. Eventually I arrived in Nth Charleston. You have to catch a bus from Dodgy Nth Charleston to nice South Charleston. Then walk to the hostel. The hostel, called ...

Shore Acres State Park, Charleston, OR, Charleston, United States travel blog

Shore Acres State Park, Charleston, OR

A travel blog entry by jodieandandy

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June 13th Drove up Route 101 for a couple of wind blown hours and took the recommendation of our friend (who we haven't met yet) Scott Bolton, to camp and kayak near Coos Bay. Scott is a member of the Yahoo View/Navion user's group that has over 500 ...

Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston

A travel blog entry by raniroo

... As we were only here for the afternoon, we headed straight in. They have a free shuttle bus around which is good. Charleston is not what I expected. Very modern in parts and in other very dilapidated. The historic district is not totally restored. We ...

Leaving Atlanta and Going to Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Leaving Atlanta and Going to Charleston

A travel blog entry by sjk

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... and now privately owned. They must be worth $Millions.     After seeing the houses, we drove to Charleston. Here we are staying at the Ansonborough Inn. http://www.ansonboroughinn.com. It used to be an old paper holding facility from ...

Beach play dates, then ocean front beers, Charleston, United States travel blog

Beach play dates, then ocean front beers

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan

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Nate came home from work at about midnight and I woke up to him playing with Aeden. We had a quick chat and a little catch up before I passed back out again. Tia came home from work early at like 3am and woke me up while she was preparing her 'dinner'. ...

Magnolia Plantation, Charleston, United States travel blog

Magnolia Plantation

A travel blog entry by cliff-n-chris

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Yesterday we had planned to spend the day at Magnolia Plantation, but had to stay at the campground waiting for a repair to the trailer.  This morning we were booked to move but as it was only a couple of hours to Savannah we managed a quick visit ...

Movin' Out, Charleston, United States travel blog

Movin' Out

A travel blog entry by erikabowman

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It is difficult to know what to pack for eight months, maybe more, through winter, spring, summer, and monsoon seasons. How does one fit the next eight months into two medium-sized suitcases? I give up on trying to find the answer and fill 1/3 of the ...

Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston

A travel blog entry by mememe

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... the car park below! I was still regretting not staying longer in Savannah and was determined not to make the same mistake with Charleston. My friend Ron said I would like it here, so I cancelled my weekend in Wilmington, and booked extra nights here. ...

To the Fort, Charleston, United States travel blog

To the Fort

A travel blog entry by j-eunit

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We made it to Charleston at about 1 P.M.  We checked into the beautiful Marriott Charleston, and ate a nice light lunch at Saffire within the hotel.  I ordered the soup of the day and a rosemary parmesan flatbread, which were quite delicious! ...

No Sleep Tonight, Amtrak Train, United States travel blog

No Sleep Tonight

A travel blog entry by sam.bewitching

We both wok up at around half past 9 which was good as we needed to pack and shower before check out at 11am. It wasn't even a rush! I'm getting used to living out of a rucksack again, although my new one is much better than the one I had last year ...

Life of Leisure, Charleston, United States travel blog

Life of Leisure

A travel blog entry by cattawa87

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... in the United States, but today it hovers around at a modest 76th biggest.  However, last year Charleston was the #1 city in the United States for most attractive residents (as well as friendliness).  Charleston’s skyline is dominated by ...

Middleton Plantation and Nathaniel Russell House, Charleston, United States travel blog

Middleton Plantation and Nathaniel Russell House

A travel blog entry by sjk

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... nbsp;National Historic Landmark District, currently functions as a museum, and is home to the oldest landscaped gardens in the United States. Read more at: https://www.middletonplace.org.  On the plantation, there were lots of horses, ...

Savannah to Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Savannah to Charleston

A travel blog entry by zoeh

... we got there around 3.  We got a room at a Days Inn outside of the city and then drove into downtown.  Charleston is the most beautiful American city I have ever seen.  It was lovely and picturesque without being touristy.  All of ...

16ème jour ou route vers le Sud!, Charleston, United States travel blog

16ème jour ou route vers le Sud!

A travel blog entry by cobelife

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Au petit matin, réveil sur notre petit parking et cette fois ci, oh surprise un panneau indique que l'endroit autorise les campeurs! Comme quoi! Déjeuné en fanfare au milieu des promeneurs parfois étonnés de voir quatre guais lurons se brosser les ...

Historic City, Charleston, United States travel blog

Historic City

A travel blog entry by 2mareti

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Charlston is yet another historic city we visited, with the old streets and many monuments in remembrance of those who fought for this country. It was a great place to visit in a few hours :) ...

Old Houses and Cockroaches, Charleston, United States travel blog

Old Houses and Cockroaches

A travel blog entry by sueandrich

... a pretty historic town with loads of old houses from the 1800's. We found a plaque saying that the first submarine attack was in Charleston habour against the Union. It was pretty cool, but once we'd wandered around in the humid heat for a while we ran ...

Mosquito Hell, Charleston, United States travel blog

Mosquito Hell

A travel blog entry by cliff-n-chris

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... have much more room!  After our tour it was very pleasant sitting on the hangar deck looking out over the water to Charleston.  Unfortunately though, whilst on board, Christine got about a dozen mosquito bites on her legs. As it was very, very ...

Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston

A travel blog entry by andyfreshwater

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Charleston - South Carolina - USA   Positioned on a coastal peninsular, Charleston overflows with charming streets and historic districts and is one of the oldest cities in America. The city grew on the back of slavery. Despite fires, being hit by ...

USS Yorktown, Charleston, United States travel blog

USS Yorktown

A travel blog entry by roberton

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As we went through the town of Charlston, South Carolina we came across a very big aircraft carrier called the USS Yorktown. Yorktown itself is a battlefield from the War of Independence where England was fighting against the English colonists who were ...

I'll be seeing you, in all the old familiar places, Charleston, United States travel blog

I'll be seeing you, in all the old familiar places

A travel blog entry by rollinholmies

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... items I could have snavelled for home.  I did think the entrance fee was a little steep to see a house. Anyone heading to Charleston and interested in this type of thing should go, just take repellent or prepare to be covered in grape-sized welts. ...

In my mind I'm goin' to Carolina...., Charleston, United States travel blog

In my mind I'm goin' to Carolina....

A travel blog entry by alvrez

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... snacks and the vending machines were behind bars, the first time we have seen this at a rest area...a sign perhaps??! Closer to Charleston we started seeing Spanish Moss in the trees - that's the stuff you see hanging from the ancient oaks etc in movies ...

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