Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Charleston

Address: 2455 Savannah Highway, Charleston, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29414, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2455 Savannah Highway, Charleston, is near Charles Towne Landing, Ed Grimball's Walking Tour of Historic Charleston, Indian Mound Trail, and Pink House.
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      Chapter 27 Nothing Could Be Finer

      A travel blog entry by romabeach on Mar 25, 2015

      21 photos

      ... which had started back in 1888, were transplanted to the current venue.

      It was interesting to find out how the different varieties of tea are made using the same leaves from the same bushes. Green tea comes from the leaves being steamed and dried after picking, while black tea has its leaves steamed and crushed and dried for a longer period of time.

      It was a
      very interesting tour.

      As you walk

      All About Edisto

      A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 14, 2015

      1 comment, 3 photos

      Edisto Beach is one of the few remaining family-oriented, gently developed beaches on the eastern coastline of South Carolina. Located in Colleton County where the Edisto River, one of the longest free-flowing blackwater rivers in North America, completes its 206-mile journey to the Atlantic Ocean. There are 4.5 miles of beach on this sea island. It is very laid-back, quiet, slow slow paced. The house is in a very ...

      Charleston #1 tourist attraction in America.

      A travel blog entry by plaingoldband on Nov 03, 2014

      1 comment, 24 photos

      ... is marked by this. It is an inescapable truth.

      The rice fields north of Charleston and then the cotton plantations made this place and its eminent families their fortunes. That money is everywhere. Charleston is a rich town and it was built on the backs of the slaves.

      But post-civil war, when slavery was abolished and they all became free men and women, many chose to settle and their influence is ...

      Southern Charm in Charleston

      A travel blog entry by photokent on Nov 01, 2014

      23 photos

      ... scarves and gloves. First stop, breakfast in the south. Waiting for our fried oyster Benedict with creamy cheese grits. This is the heart of the old city, balconied buildings, moss hanging from the trees. Once we get fortified and warm, our walking tour begins. Many of the homes here in the old residential area date from the early 1800's. Architectural styles from that period through the beginning of the 20th century ...

      Chapter Four: The Tale of Two Biddies

      A travel blog entry by alphakappa on Aug 09, 2014

      Saturday morning came far too early for the wearied riders of Alpha Kappa, but duty implored their rising to fight the day's battles. Having completed their march to Charleston, it was time to show Charleston what she had been missing. The first stop for the riders was a place called Friends of the Hunley, a nautical museum dedicated to the recently recovered H.L. Hunley. The Hunley served as a Civil War submarine built by Tennessean Horace ...