ResortQuest at Seabrook Island

Address: 115 Freshfields Drive, Seabrook Island, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29455, United States | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located on 115 Freshfields Drive, Seabrook Island, is near Charleston Tea Plantation, The Ocean Course, Beachwalker County Park, and Night Heron Park.
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      Turtles.....Fried Green Tomatoes and Museum

      A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 26, 2015

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... holds pieces used for those huge parties some pre Civil War. Families would bury their prized possessions hoping they would not be found by intruders, this is why pieces continue to "surface", as some families did not return. There is a wonderful collection of vintage photographs. They reflect the glory days when cotton was king and how important it was to the island's economy and way of life and how that lifestyle was drastically altered after the ...

      History Part One

      A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 22, 2015

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      ... that the Federals would push inland and cut the railway lines cutting off their ability to move supplies and troops up and down the coastline. During a strategic attack one night they took down the 55th Pennsylvania Regiment at the Old Dominion Plantation, capturing 20 prisoners. This small skirmish did not push any Yankees off the island but kept the Federals alert and on extra patrol along the Dawhoo River.



      Do the Charleston!

      A travel blog entry by tomgreen on Jun 25, 2013

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      ... brightly coloured colonial homes. Plenty of Kodak moments in Charleston. We then headed to the camp site to set it all up, and tour leader Liz got the van stuck in the mud. After the van had been saved and a quick dinner it was back into Charleston for a night time ghost tour...yup. Absolutely hilarious! Was taken super serious by the American tourists, and a few if the girls in our group got carried away too! Not a great tour, but the entertainment value was ...


      A travel blog entry by ameliamenk on Jun 08, 2013

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      We had one last hurrah on the beach this morning. Despite the delicious warmth of he water, I've always been a but suspicious of its murkiness, wondering what is under there. Turns out the answer is sharks! There were guys fishing right next to where we swim and they were catching shark after shark, though little ones. They SAID they aren't the people biting kind. Not sure I buy it. Either way, we did get to pet one of the sharks before they put it back in the ...


      A travel blog entry by ameliamenk on Jun 06, 2013

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      In addition to the gators and frogs, we now have a resident snake living under our deck. She's been visiting a lot the past two days. We think she is an Eastern Ribbon Snake. Next visitor will be Tropical Storm Andrea, arriving in a few hours. Lots of board games in our ...