Days Inn Charleston - Airport Coliseum

Address: 2998 W Montague Ave, North Charleston, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29418, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2998 W Montague Ave, North Charleston, is near H.L. Hunley Submarine, Tanger Outlets Charleston, Indian Mound Trail, and Pink House.
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      Travel Blogs from North Charleston

      Universal Studios: activity to queuing 1:100000

      A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Jan 03, 2014

      ... juice, fudge flies and a frog in a box. He got a tie too to wear on the cruise! Drove for a couple of hours and stopped on Melbourne where we took into a Econo Lodge motel. Paid without inspecting the rooms which we definitely shouldn't have. We trusted the brand but omg was that a mistake. Overpriced too at $ 124 without breakfast. Bought groceries at another Winnie Dixie and had a nice dinner planning a kayaking tour in the Everglades on our return after the cruise. Issues again with ...

      Lots of alligator sightings

      A travel blog entry by canadajane on Jun 14, 2013

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      ... booth and then it said allow 45 mins to walk round it. We actually spent about 3 hours in the place and saw lots of alligators, birds and insects. It was great.

      After that we got lunch of cheeseburger for Chris and hot dog for me whihc were surprisingly good.

      We then got tickets for the wildlife tram which lasted 45 mins and took us all round the grounds pointing out things on the way. Saw more birds and more alligators. After that we went round ...

      Charleston - Sorry Mum & Dad

      A travel blog entry by jocelyn_ on May 21, 2013

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      ... is framed by the massive two-century year old oak trees formed in two lines which you drive up to reach the plantation. The Spanish moss-draped trees would have some stories to tell! The actually plantation itself is one of America's oldest working planations know for its indigo, cotton, pecans and now various vegetables. Lets not forget the many movies and tv shows that have been filmed here including The Notebook! Remember the scene where there is the lake with the ...

      A Day of States Rights and Mac & Cheese

      A travel blog entry by azbell on Jun 25, 2012

      14 photos

      ... down but could not wait to get off the boat and onto the steady landing at Fort Sumter.

      As most everyone knows, Fort Sumter is famous for being the spark that fully ignited the War Between the States. In April of 1861, a cadre of Union ships operating under orders from President Abraham Lincoln, in office for roughly a month, attempted to resupply and reinforce troops stationed at the fort. The Confederacy considered their ...

      Plantations!

      A travel blog entry by christinewesten on May 25, 2012

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      ... stop. They have remodeled
      the gift shop since my last visit and have lots more varieties of tea to
      sample. You can have as many samples as you want. They were currently
      offering a sample of their First Flush Tea as a hot tea, but it was out
      when we got there. The First Flush is made from the very first harvest
      of the season. The taste of the tea changes each year depending on the
      type of winter. It is called ...