Hampton Inn and Suites Charleston/Mt. Pleasant-Isle Of Palms

Address: 1104 Isle of Palms Connector, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, 29464-9415, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1104 Isle of Palms Connector, Mount Pleasant, is near Boone Hall Plantation, Charles Pinckney National Historic Site, Charles Pinckney National Historic Site, and Page's Thieves Market.
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        Travel Blogs from Mount Pleasant

        Holy City and Cool Funerals

        A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 27, 2014

        52 photos

        ... some good southern cookin' for breakfast in town. We got our maps out and made a plan to ride the scooter into town. We hadn't even made it out of the campground when we remember things we had forgotten. I guess we should be thankful it was then and not in town. We were really 17 miles outside of Charleston just south on highway 17 on the Savannah Highway. On the way in we passed swamps, a US vegetable experimental farm, and lots of retail shops. We ...

        Chapter Five: Who Ya Gonna Call? Alpha Kappa!

        A travel blog entry by alphakappa on Aug 09, 2014

        ... needed to get hurt, but Alpha Kappa had their guns drawn if force was on the menu; a dish served cold I presume. The war between the supernatural and the… well… supernatural, was never fought however. All reports suggest that the spirit of Southend accepted Alpha Kappa’s proposal, as no future haunting have been reported.


        Beautiful Charleston

        A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Feb 03, 2014

        15 photos

        ... all the slaves towards the end of the Civil War.

        Then we walked and walked, admiring the beautiful houses and not even stopping for lunch! Did a tour of Edmondson-Alston House built in 1820, townhouse for a rice plantation owner. The slaves drained and cleared the swamps and rice was very successful. The surrounding area is known as The Lowlands.

        Judging by the shops and the people in town, Charleston still seems to be ...

        The Warmth of Charleston

        A travel blog entry by danharriet on Nov 07, 2013

        61 photos

        ... We were back aboard the ship and preparing for dinner and the departure of our ship from our last port of call on our cruise. A quick walk on the deck showed the USS Yorktown, docked across the harbor. This once proud lady of war now serves as a floating museum.

        Where is Dan?

        Congratulations to Bob as he was the first to find Harriet in Norfolk. Today we are looking at a local theater that features Sherlock Holmes plays. If you can find him, join us for a walk thru the Old City ...

        We'll Never be Royal, We'll Just go to SC

        A travel blog entry by samabamah on Oct 04, 2013

        30 photos

        ... and experienced some historical US sites. The girls also swam with the dolphins and set fireworks off where the civil war started.

        After an adventurous day on the boat the girls napped and rested up for their night out on the town. The first stop was happy hour at The Boathouse (we all know how much Shimmy and Sama love deals involving alcohol) which is located right down the street from the Isle of Palms Beach. ...