Carolina Lodge Ridgeland

Address: I-95 Exit 21 & Highway 336, Ridgeland, South Carolina, 29936, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on I-95 Exit 21 & Highway 336, Ridgeland, is near Sergeant Jasper Country Club.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Carolina Lodge Ridgeland

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    Travel Blogs from Ridgeland

    Gullah culture and history

    A travel blog entry by suzannemt on Oct 09, 2015

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... scenery, including ruins of a fort from the War of 1812, moss draped avenues of oaks, and walking trails and beach at one of America's few maritime forests, this one with centuries old Georgia pines, palmettos, and oaks, populated with alligator and fox. We enjoyed lunch at Johnson Creek Landing, consuming shrimp off the boats just outside. Back in Beaufort for late afternoon lattes we drove through an historic district of homes we hope to explore on foot tomorrow morning on Janet's ...

    The suns not out, but it's not raining (yet)!

    A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Aug 03, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... as the rain began to come down harder. With another four miles ahead of us we felt we ought to set off back. The weather became wetter as we trudged the return path. The trees that overhung the paths and roads enabled the rain to somehow bypass the umbrellas and run straight down the backs of our necks. The puddles became bigger and it wasn't too long before the inevitable shoe full of water. We quickly decided we should head home ...

    Historical Savannah

    A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 10, 2015

    2 comments, 10 photos

    Being surrounded by history is what the Savannah experience is all about. On River Street you walk on history. It is here that the cobblestones, set in place more than 200 years ago, still remain, shiny and smooth from weathering, from horse hoaves to trolley wheels, train tracks to footsteps. They were once used as ballasts in the seafaring vessels, as the ships reached Savannah shores, the stones were offloaded, paving the way to a modern day ...


    A travel blog entry by georgeadams1991 on Jun 19, 2014

    1 photo

    Spent most of the day chilling in Miami by our really cool hostel pool reading fear and loathing. Went out to find lunch, after a few restaurants too expensive to eat at, I said, what we need ideally is a hotel where they have a buffet lunch we can just walk into... The next building we saw, exactly that scenario happened only it was a language school with a cafeteria. We walked straight in, were served food, no one asked for any money, ...

    Nashville to Savannah via Lynchburg

    A travel blog entry by serenaace on Dec 23, 2013

    ... I'm singing, not doing a sex doll impression!! Then the palaver of filling up the gas. No idea whether it's diesel or unleaded, it doesn't say on the cap and the instructions are ****. Fortunately in the store a lovely lady sets us straight, explains about pre pay and then we guess unleaded. All good for the next couple of hundred miles and then I'm driving in the dark desperate for the loo. Helpful comments from my husband include - I haven't seen a gas station ...