Days Inn Clemson

Address: 1387 Tiger Boulevard, Clemson, South Carolina, 29631, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1387 Tiger Boulevard, Clemson, is near Lake Jocassee, Ashtabula Plantation, and Fort Hill Plantation.
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      Travel Blogs from Clemson

      The Up-Country South

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 29, 2014

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      ... a few paintings like lots of museums but almost 30 galleries chock full of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque (mostly Baroque!) paintings, many of them much larger than most of what’s on display American art collections. Masterpieces? Well, there are not that many well-known artists’ names on them and some are attributed to "school of ___", but that’s probably not the point. It’s a huge volume of European artistic works from the 1300s to the ...

      Eastatoe Falls

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 23, 2014

      ... is a really beautiful waterfall, maybe 60 to 70 feet high in a most beautiful setting. We stayed here for a while taking pictures and playing around the waterfall. The friendly dog seemed to really be enjoying the company and even posed for some pictures with us. And he seemed quite disappointed when we were leaving. The landowners here should be commended for allowing the public to access this beautiful waterfall on their private ...

      Little Canada Waterfalls

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 21, 2014

      ... beautiful falls. The water tumbles off the cliff in a thin curtain, surrounded by lush green vegetation. No fall color here. We took a few pictures, then continued on, knowing the most challenging part of the hike was still to come. After crossing the unnamed tributary at the base of the falls, we continued on the trail towards Dismal Creek. The trail was still pretty flat here and surprisingly well-marked with flagging tape. ...

      Thompson River Waterfalls

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 19, 2014

      ... water. Once across, we continued following the old logging road as it ran parallel to Thompson River. Although we could rarely see the river from the trail, we could hear it often as the water roared over falls and cascades. In about 2 miles from the river crossing, we came to the side trail that leads down to Big Falls. The logging road continues past here, I believe ending at the Foothills Trail, though I haven’t followed ...

      Spending time in the Smokey Mountains

      A travel blog entry by dolsontravels on Oct 12, 2014

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      ... just as nice. Hopefully the fog that settled in today will lift so we can get down the mountain.

      We will be leaving tomorrow for Myrtle Beach, then on to Hilton Head Island. Looks like we will be back home in Florida around the 24th of October.
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