Hampton Inn Summerville

1015 Jockey Ct, Summerville, South Carolina, 29483, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1015 Jockey Ct, Summerville, is near Crowfield Golf & Country Club and Pine Forest Country Club.
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Travel Blogs from Summerville

The 4th of July

A travel blog entry by finechina on Jul 06, 2013

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... get photos of that but they may come later! When it got dark enough, we headed out to a car park and watched the extremely distant fireworks. Honestly, I miss fireworks having the 'WOW' effect because now they are no longer special. After seeing them twice a week in China, they are not as amazing. Anyway, we are on our way to Charleston so more stories to come! Fine ...

Charleston Historical Downtown tour

A travel blog entry by onighjoy on May 11, 2013

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... local delicacies like pecan candy. For lunch we ate at two restaurants. Oysters at Hyman's Seafood and fried chicken at Jestine's Kitchen. We only ate raw and fried oysters at Hyman's and they were nice but not terrific. Hyman's only has an average ranking but $7 for a dozen oysters and $2 beers during happy hour was music to my ears. Lunch for us started at 3pm. Jestine's fried chicken was good but not as nice as Bertha's. They fry the chicken well but I think the key difference is ...

Day 25 Charleston

A travel blog entry by donnyandmarie on Oct 20, 2012

All day in town today. Started with free trolley ride around town having parked car up for $12 all day. Ate lunch in sticky fingers ( pulled pork) and dinner margaritas and fish ( catfish and pollock) at Hymens on market street. Back by late evening ...

Walking Tour of Charleston

A travel blog entry by bkeel on Nov 08, 2011

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... significance: in 1718 there were 48 pirates hanged on the grounds and then buried at sea just off the point. Out from the wharf we can see the USS Yorktown, a retired aircraft carrier.











There are a number of these stately old homes that are on the market, and can be picked up for anything from a paltry $1,500,000. to ...

It IS what it is...

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Apr 05, 2011

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... I picked up the girl and we headed to Summerville to pick up some Digest-It, a product for our blackwater tank. The guy at that place had never heard of it. So we went shopping for various and sundry other needs. We drove back to camp by a scenic highway, right past the Magnolia Plantation. The traffic was heavy, so it took quite a while to get back. I had noticed that the rear window was dirty and wouldn't clear up with the wiper. When I ...