Travel Blogs from Charleston, United States

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Ohio Capitol, Charleston, United States travel blog

Ohio Capitol

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon

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... rotunda with it's tiled floor is particularly nice.  I took a few pictures and then went on a tour.  After the tour I went back and finished taking pictures. After leaving the capitol I drove to Charleston, WV and found a hotel for the night. ...

The Early Bird Special, Charleston, United States travel blog

The Early Bird Special

A travel blog entry by jilnmike

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... was completed. Today there is no produce, no meat sold. One can buy clothes, jewelry, trinkets, framed butterflies ("They were not killed"). Jil purchases a hand woven sweetgrass basket. Charleston is starting to get uncomfortably crowded. Time to go! ...

Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston

A travel blog entry by markus.gloor

4

... 'r seine historischen Häuser und spielte auch eine wichtige Rolle im amerikanischen Bürgerkrieg http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charleston,_South_Carolina. Wir durchstreiften die Altstadt kreuz und quer und erhielten einen guten Eindruck über die damalige ...

Charming Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charming Charleston

A travel blog entry by blakes

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We adore Charleston.  While several people comment that it reminds them of New Orleans, you have to remember Charleston came first.  We took a carriage ride through town and learned that practically every building has a story behind it.  In ...

Exploring Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Exploring Charleston

A travel blog entry by mumnjulie

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Drove to the Charleston Vistor's Center.  Walked around Charleston.  Explored historic houses.  Saw Circular Church with kitties.  Market Building.  Arty shops and candy store.  Waterfront park with Pineapple fountain. ...

I think I'm in love..............................., Charleston, United States travel blog

I think I'm in love...............................

A travel blog entry by renee.harbig

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... for attacks by many, including Pirates. It also was at the center of the start of the Civil War (Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor). Therefore, just the fact that it is still standing and has survived earthquakes (1886), hurricanes (Hugo 1989), frequent ...

Fishing at Waterhorn Ranch, Charleston, United States travel blog

Fishing at Waterhorn Ranch

A travel blog entry by exploringwhappy

25

... products and even wheelchair accessible port-a-potties. As we drive towards the ranch, nestled somewhere in the foothills near Charleston, AR, I am looking forward to participating in the days festivities.  We're already late for this fishing trip ...

The deep south, well not that deep but deep enough, Charleston, United States travel blog

The deep south, well not that deep but deep enough

A travel blog entry by tammini

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... ! I walked back into the town down the main shopping street and had a stop off as Starbucks and wrote some postcards. I really liked Charleston it was so pretty and had a good feel about it. I left and drove up to Columbia where I was staying the night. ...

Who Knew?  They Can Party on the Mountain, Mt Charleston, United States travel blog

Who Knew? They Can Party on the Mountain

A travel blog entry by debnkev

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... . But as you make the turn onto state highway 157 and start the climb up the canyon towards the village of Mt. Charleston, the scenery changes as the elevation climbs.  After only a few minutes, Joshua trees begin appearing, and they eventually give ...

Trophy Lakes- Charleston, SC, Charleston, United States travel blog

Trophy Lakes- Charleston, SC

A travel blog entry by brianlegg

Arrive at Trophy ...

TOURING CHARLESTON, Charleston, United States travel blog

TOURING CHARLESTON

A travel blog entry by papabearconboy

5

... AT THE COAST RESTURANT, GOOD NIGHTS SLEEP, AND NOURISHING BREAKFAST AT THE B&B-IT WAS OFF TO TOUR THE CITY OF CHARLESTON WITH ADVENTURES TOUR SERVICE...GREAT 2 HOUR NARRATED TOUR THAT INCLUDED THE CITADEL...IT WAS A GORGEOUS DAY WITHOUT A CLOUD IN ...

WV, Charleston, United States travel blog

WV

A travel blog entry by jenniferwhitmer

WV ...

Blah, Charleston, United States travel blog

Blah

A travel blog entry by sebcity

Blah ...

Flickering ghosts of a french fisherman, Charleston, United States travel blog

Flickering ghosts of a french fisherman

A travel blog entry by cariverga

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Слишком много красоты – тоже плохо. Так уж ...

Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston

A travel blog entry by jaxandryan

10

More historic homes and a plantation!, Charleston, United States travel blog

More historic homes and a plantation!

A travel blog entry by shaughnp

1

... Building. This was interesting, we took a tour of the dungeon. There is a section of the original wall that surrounded Charleston down there. A good tour guide told us about pirates in the area and some Revolutionary War facts. Upstairs were more exhibits ...

Sisyphean Surfers, Dolphins & Holiday Lights, Charleston, United States travel blog

Sisyphean Surfers, Dolphins & Holiday Lights

A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv

6

... truck has cut you off, the number is not visable.  Did they plan it that way? The temperature when we arrived in Charleston was 85, and I was delighted to wear shorts and a short sleeved top the entire evening. We are camping in James Island Country ...

Travel to Charleston SC, Charleston, United States travel blog

Travel to Charleston SC

A travel blog entry by karengilmore

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So we reluctantly leave the Maisonville's for Charleston. Had a really nice time visiting with them and we hope to see them again soon! The drive to Charleston is 2.5 hours and uneventful. The County Park we stay at is fantastic. It is an 800 acre park ...

Charleston: Mansions & Daisy Dukes, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston: Mansions & Daisy Dukes

A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv

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... Wiener Mobile, Wisconsin license plate: YUMMY.  The 90 minute tour flew. We enjoyed the sites and historical lectures. Charleston's history pre-dates the American Revolution. The downtown area is still loaded with magnificent, old mansions. On the ...

Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston

A travel blog entry by tomodea

4

... and  furnishing the home as it would have been at that time.   We were delighted with our new home in Charleston; a large, luxurious room with a comfortable ensuite, a shower and a bath.  Tom even had steps on his side of the ...

Confederates and the wealthy, Charleston, United States travel blog

Confederates and the wealthy

A travel blog entry by amyandjosh

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... Daughters of Confederates. Like I said, the Southerner are proud of their heritage, but I can't get a positive feeling from that word.  I enjoyed my brief visit to Charleston and continued on my journey to Savannah, GA where I stayed for the ...

a greek adventure, Charleston, United States travel blog

a greek adventure

A travel blog entry by brockshattuck

grrrr another 5 months till trip...its too long away....hi people ...

A Ticket, First Krispy Kreme, and Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

A Ticket, First Krispy Kreme, and Charleston

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo

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... KK. I was greatly amused watching the donuts being made. Made it into town, walked around, shopped. Stopped in at the Charleston Place Hotel for a drink. Went to TBonz for lunch. More shopping, lol. Had a wonderful dinner at Magnolia's. Then ...

BOONE HALL SLAVERY PLANTATION, Charleston, United States travel blog

BOONE HALL SLAVERY PLANTATION

A travel blog entry by joanandlarry

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... of our trip. So much so, that without intentionally planning it that way, we spent nearly 3 weeks in the city area. Charleston is a historian's paradise. It has been said that everything in Charleston is the first of something in our country - that ...

Destination Charleston, South Carolina, Charleston, United States travel blog

Destination Charleston, South Carolina

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux

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... the historic section of town within 20-30 minutes walk.  We visited the Saturday Farmer’s Market, toured the Charleston Aquarium and the adjacent Ft. Sumter Museum, meandered along the Market Streets, followed an AAA self-guided tour map of ...

McCrady's Restaurant, Charleston, United States travel blog

McCrady's Restaurant

A travel blog entry by nicolewang

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Hyman's Seafood, Charleston, United States travel blog

Hyman's Seafood

A travel blog entry by nicolewang

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Sierra's HS Graduation in Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Sierra's HS Graduation in Charleston

A travel blog entry by laurab627

4

... early and experiencing a slight delay on our first flight, the four of us were able to make it on the flights to Atlanta and Charleston. We rented a car and drove to our hotel - the Hampton Inn in West Ashley. Because Scott is a Hilton Diamond member, we ...

Long Sandy Beaches and Crabbing, Charleston, United States travel blog

Long Sandy Beaches and Crabbing

A travel blog entry by onyfootprintz

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... .   Sunset Bay State Park is our final destination here along the coast, just outside the little fishing town of Charleston.  Crabbing and yes more hiking is what is beckoning us to be explored here.  We rented crabbing gear and spent ...

East Battery, Charleston, United States travel blog

East Battery

A travel blog entry by harris2550

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This is the area by the water with incredible mansions and a nice park with a tribute to those who died at Ft. ...

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