InTown Suites Charleston Southwest

Address: 2236 Savannah Highway, Charleston, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29414, United States | Hotel
 
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      Charleston, SC (12/30/2014-1/2/2015)

      A travel blog entry by mmartini246 on Dec 30, 2014

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      ... departed for carriage tour. It was great, tour guide was knowledgable - we had Magic, a naughty horse. Afterwards we got slices of pizza and ate it at Waterfront Park. Had a long walk past Rainbow Row houses and along the Battery. Finally arrived home, enjoyed bottle of complimentary wine, watched tv/movies, watched caps win in overtime the Winter Classing, ordered Chinese from Leelee's Hot Kitchen. We took Uber to Kaminsy's ...

      Holy City and Cool Funerals

      A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 27, 2014

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      ... the spicy (not really very hot by our standards but really delicious). They meal came with steak fries and one giant onion ring that looked like a donut. We then shared another piece of key lime pie. Ted has two favorite kinds of pie, coconut cream and key lime. The pie was also really good. We bought a bottle of the spicy mustard base barbecue sauce with the intention of using it when we are with Reese and Kristin's family next week in Florida. We also ...

      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 ...

      The Best Part

      A travel blog entry by beingsue-rdtrip on Mar 29, 2014

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      ... a plantation. So spent the afternoon at the Middleton Place plantation. https://www.middletonplace.org/ Went on a tour of the home and heard the history of the plantation. The whole civil war thing was pretty devastating to a lot of places, including Middleton. (Kind of an understatement, huh?) Talked about how they lost money, property, etc. And how a later generation rebuilt the plantation. I really enjoyed walking around there, seeing ...

      Lyfmoment#1- Charleston

      A travel blog entry by lyfjourneys on Jan 08, 2014

      3 comments, 4 photos

      ... the trees was decorated with cotton bolls, like tufts of snow, it was just beautiful. We ended the evening with a tour through Fantasy in Lights on James Island. I can't describe how magical that tour was, it is definitely not to be missed.We ended the evening at Fleet Landing Seafood and had delicious she-crab soup.
      We spent our last day wandering the cobblestone streets and gaping at the beautiful mansions and hidden gardens. We toured Calhoun House, which ...