Travel Blogs from Charleston, United States

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Charleston, South Carolina, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston, South Carolina

A travel blog entry by chris-barbara

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Sept 12 2008 Blasted down I-95 from Richmond to Charleston SC, about 450 miles of cruising. Speed limits were 65 to 70 most of the way with big 16 wheeler trucks doing 80 (I averaged 70). We stayed at the lovely "Meeting Street Inn" right in the ...

Bday, Charleston, United States travel blog

Bday

A travel blog entry by hejira

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happy birthday Amy Lee West and Chloe ...

Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston

A travel blog entry by onighjoy

... praline ones we got were too loaded in sugar and salt. Our second stop was a quick, impromptu stop, 60 miles outside Charleston at a little shop that served old fashioned ciders, jams, salsas, nuts etc made from local Georgian and South Carolina produce. ...

Festival of Lights, Folly Beach SC, United States travel blog

Festival of Lights

A travel blog entry by nanseaj

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James Island Country Park puts on a festival of lights every year, this is the 25th year.  Each year it gets a little bigger.  We were lucky enough to be camping in the park so had the added benefit of passing right through the show to get to ...

Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Charleston

A travel blog entry by paulenanouke

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John's Island - Oak Plantation, Charleston, United States travel blog

John's Island - Oak Plantation

A travel blog entry by porkchopexpress

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... even shared stories with a nice couple from Canada around the campfire until Mid-night one evening. On our last day in the Charleston area, Todd decided to bike Marrington Planation early in the morning.  Mid-day, we took off to check out the Angel ...

Bearfoot Landing to Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Bearfoot Landing to Charleston

A travel blog entry by roy.eaton

... of brochures. The reason for Charleston's beauty appears to be a case of benefitting from poverty. After the Civil War, Charleston lapsed into a long depression "which proved to be a hidden boon for the city. While other communities were busy tearing ...

We got a safeway club card! (Day 15), Charleston, United States travel blog

We got a safeway club card! (Day 15)

A travel blog entry by hannahandbrian

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Day 15 - October 1 TWO WEEKS ON THE ROAD! First encounter of a hiker at the hiker/biker sights!!  We met our neighbor right before we were about to finish off the day with a few games of cards and head to bed.  Little did we ...

Fireworks of South Carolina, Charleston, United States travel blog

Fireworks of South Carolina

A travel blog entry by katrinaandtim

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... Quite a view room. Unlike many Australian hotels the US/Canadian don't usually have bar fridges in the room. The Marriott in charleston not only had a fridge but a microwave. And a bathroom I could move around in. After settling in and watching some ...

Camp to Florida (via W. DC and South Carolina), Charleston/Orlando, United States travel blog

Camp to Florida (via W. DC and South Carolina)

A travel blog entry by jennie_hewitt

... back to the hostel to collect our things to head again to the bus station to start the 14 hour overnight journey to Charleston, South Carolina. The journey was quite testing as we had to change buses something silly like 5 times on the Greyhound would ...

Have a Cuppa?, Charleston Tea Plantation, United States travel blog

Have a Cuppa?

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo

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... upstate New York.  He greeted us well and we visited a bit about my school years in Butte. We headed then for the Charleston Tea Plantation which is about twenty-five miles south of where we were.  Enroute we stopped at a small cafe for lunch. ...

Goodbye Dahlonega....hello West Virginia, Charleston, United States travel blog

Goodbye Dahlonega....hello West Virginia

A travel blog entry by hollyesparza

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... for some final goodbyes and the last of Irma's home cooking.  We finally left beautiful Dahlonega, GA and headed North to Charleston, WV for a nights rest.  Not much to say here.  We made reservations at a pet-friendly Country Inn & ...

Chapter 27 Nothing Could Be Finer, Charleston, United States travel blog

Chapter 27 Nothing Could Be Finer

A travel blog entry by romabeach

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... and the Civil War. John Grimke Drayton was responsible for introducing the first Azaleas into the United States. Taking a bus tour of Charleston, we found out some interesting information on the buildings.  Around the doorways of some of the ...

Leaving For Russia, Charleston, United States travel blog

Leaving For Russia

A travel blog entry by danddmeed

Today we left for Russia. We flew from Charleston to NYC and then to Moscow. We will have fun with our family and write more detailed blogs when we begin our EuroTrip in Hungary June 19, 2013. ...

Our Travel Website is up! Check out Travel-Dogs..., Charleston, United States travel blog

Our Travel Website is up! Check out Travel-Dogs...

A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs

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Four months into our trip, we finally holed ourselves up for a week and got our awesome travel website online! It's got things we couldn't do through our travel blog alone like geotagged photo maps, google fly through tours, travel tips, tons of ...

Kentucky to Charleston., Charleston, United States travel blog

Kentucky to Charleston.

A travel blog entry by garrynjan

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KENTUCKY TO ASHEVILLE (North Carolina) and on to CHARLESTON.(South Carolina.)   Another farewell after a very full 5 days with Ken & Barb in Lexington,  and we (David & Erin & Garry & I) were on our way South, leaving Kentucky ; ...

Too many People, Charleston, United States travel blog

Too many People

A travel blog entry by beanie

... exciting night out. Sarah and 2/O Ian had been hearing about how South Carolina only legalized tattoo parlours a few months before and Charleston was the home of the one and only tattoo artist in the state. Apparently this was too much to resist and they ...

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

Charming Charleston, South Carolina

A travel blog entry by chrisculley

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... , deserted, beach. Miles of white sand and we had the place to ourselves. A perfect way to end our day exploring Charleston. This place has character in abundance and a lovely relaxed, timeless charming ambience. Back to reality, when the next morning ...

James Island, Charleston, United States travel blog

James Island

A travel blog entry by porkchopexpress

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Left Skidaway Island around noon March 31st and headed north to James Island, SC just outside of Charleston. We arrived around 3pm and were greeted by very efficient campground employees.  We are staying in slip 120, which is a fairly private ...

More Southern Style, Charleston, United States travel blog

More Southern Style

A travel blog entry by markandbecs

Fairly short 2 hour drive from Savannah into Charleston, headed to the Magnolia Plantantion for a tour of the property.  Not quite what we were expecting, thinking more grand mansion style house with cotton/sugar can plantation - not rice fields.... ...

La Belle of the South, Charleston, United States travel blog

La Belle of the South

A travel blog entry by onthesunnyside

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... , die mehrteilige Schnulze mit, oh ja, Patrick Swayze, welche bei uns  unter dem Namen 'Fackeln im Sturm' lief . Ansonsten ist Charleston aber klar eine Reise wert. Nicht umsonst wird die Stadt "La Belle of the South" (Perle des Suedens) genannt. Auch ...

Roadtrip - Beautiful houses of Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Roadtrip - Beautiful houses of Charleston

A travel blog entry by chris_lynz

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If Savannah was beautiful the Charleston is stunning by comparison. Where Savannah had the inevitable problems of a large population, Charleston either didn't have such issues or hid it very well. Charleston definitely challenged St Augustine for the ...

The new world, Charleston, United States travel blog

The new world

A travel blog entry by beanie

... smoke, was all around and we could hardly see ten meters beyond our bow. As we weighed anchor and started down the river to Charleston, lookouts were posted on the fo'c'sle to warn us if anything came up out of the fog suddenly. The fog turned to ...

26 and Trigger Happy, Charleston, United States travel blog

26 and Trigger Happy

A travel blog entry by bellethorpe

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... Market where most of the bars and restaurants were located.  After walking around for a while we decided on 'A.W. Shucks – Charleston’s Original Raw Bar’.  Not knowing what a raw bar we were taking a risk but it looked like a ...

From modern to old, Charleston, United States travel blog

From modern to old

A travel blog entry by vildsak

... here and then setting up camp and having a cashew nut stir fry for dinner, but tomorrow we're having a lot of time to explore Charleston. I think I'll probably take a boat out to the fort just to be able to say I've been to the place where the Civil War ...

Enchanting Charleston, Charleston SC, United States travel blog

Enchanting Charleston

A travel blog entry by nanseaj

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... time we go into town the sun is out and promising a delightful day.  We walk through the historic district of Charleston with a few destinations in mind but mostly just admiring the architecture.  Nancy’s family history reveals that her ...

2nd Day, 1st Tire Blowout at 60mph, Charleston, United States travel blog

2nd Day, 1st Tire Blowout at 60mph

A travel blog entry by crashhopper

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There you are one second, loving life, driving along the highway at 60mph w/ your love in your dream rv, thinking things just couldn't get any better. Then BOOM! A blast like a shotgun and your rv totally loses control. Thank G_d I was able to pull ...

Stop #1 - Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Stop #1 - Charleston

A travel blog entry by iantrickett

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Sunday afternoon - road trip leg number one completed! Luckily Charleston was only a couple hours of driving and that suited us fine given our current energy levels (read hangovers). I was in desperate need of some healthy food after the Myrtle ...

The Gringa has left the building, Charleston, United States travel blog

The Gringa has left the building

A travel blog entry by andrea_and_eric

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... the chilly Atlantic ocean breezes. Central America has mountainous ranges with tropical cloud forests and black howler monkeys: Charleston is a short, winding road drive from beautiful, smokey gray mountains with black growling bears. You can't drink ...

Do the Charleston, Charleston, United States travel blog

Do the Charleston

A travel blog entry by tendashseven

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Known for its rich history, well-preserved architecture, distinguished restaurants, and mannerly people, Charleston has received a large number of accolades, including "America's Most Friendly City" by Travel + Leisure in 2011 and in 2013 and 2014 by ...

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