Meeting Street Suites

Address: 233 Meeting St, Charleston, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29401, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Charleston, is near Market Square, Confederate Museum, Spa at Charleston Place, and St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church.
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    Travel Blogs from Charleston

    Beautiful Charleston.

    A travel blog entry by alwaysastory on Jul 16, 2015

    13 photos

    ... to the families' - that in itself was sad enough to hear. What a horrible world we live in even now after all these years of racism. We went home and decided to make use of the pool which was free to guests. It was about 9pm but thought it would be a good idea to cool us down. So we went for a swim and there sat on the pool side was a little frog. He gave me a little look and carried on sitting there for hours. It was lightening in the background but ...

    Clip Clopping round Charleston

    A travel blog entry by anni.porter on May 03, 2015

    21 photos

    ... from Durban, South Africa. As always makes for an interesting couple of hours. I had fruit ceviche as an entrée, followed by fish and a wee bit of badness to finish – espresso torte – forgot to get a photo of it.

    Time for a bit of music so next stop was the Crows Nest Bar. We’d been saying that we needed to introduce ourselves and find out a few names. We’ve been catching up with a couple ...


    A travel blog entry by lela.engman on Apr 19, 2015

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... must include the slave trade of the pre-civil war. It says "Charleston had the highest proportion of Gullah African slaves in the New World in the 1800s. They were the muscle behind the rice and cotton plantation industries and made their owners very wealthy. Gullah is commonly acknowledged as the culture derived from Liberia where the Golas and the Gizzis were rivalry groups enslaved and sold as slaves to foreigners. For ...

    Eastside Story

    A travel blog entry by cjcarter27 on Apr 07, 2015

    68 photos

    ... haven't stopped. A wonderful thing. A thing to be missed on a long journey such as ours. Reunions are bliss. Having said that, we readily admit that this portion of our trip does not come without some need for adjustment. Some awkward feelings. Even some yearning for what we had, and now miss. With friends and family comes civilization. The cities. The rooms, the walls, the houses, the neighborhoods. Places we haven't spent much time in the past 10 months. Dare I say we have ...

    Early American Roots Are Here!

    A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Mar 13, 2015

    1 comment, 54 photos

    ... in 1947. Fort Moultrie is named for William Moultrie, who commanded the fort during the attempted British invasion in 1776.

    Fort Sumter National Monument, Charleston, South Carolina. This is the site where the first shot of the American Civil War was fired on April 12, 1861. Construction of Fort Sumter began in 1829 as one of a series of coastal fortifications built by the United States after the War of 1812. On December ...