Residence Inn Mount Pleasant

Address: 1116 Isle of Palms Connector, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, 29464, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1116 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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      Back on the Right Track!

      A travel blog entry by bethh1902 on Aug 18, 2013

      4 photos

      ... to do some shopping on Market Street. Finally, I get to experience Charleston! Very cool shopping, great architecture, and fun restaurants. We decided on Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., and I had the very traditional and very delicious shrimp and grits. Yum, Yum!

      After dinner we did a bit more shopping, then drove down to the waterfront just to get our bearings so we know what we want to do the rest of the week. We have even found the outlet mall, so we hope to make a ...

      My day in charleston

      A travel blog entry by russellchilvers on Jun 10, 2013

      Woke up around 9'ish and had breakfast with my fellow hostellers, it was nice actually. I think I must have been still a little ****** as I appeared to be making everyone laugh without even trying. Had a bagel with peanut butter and lots and lots of coffee. Booked my flight to Miami and then visited a plantation called Boon Hall with a couple of English girls I met at the hostel. It was a fun ...

      Historical Grounds & Pig Ears

      A travel blog entry by jfialkovich on Aug 03, 2012

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... had begun.

      The trip was well worth it. Fort Sumter was impressive, mostly in the fact that it is still standing. The Union bombarded the Fort for nearly two years. They said at once the walls stood 55 feet, Al and I estimated that is now 12 feet. There are cannon balls still stuck in walls and other remnants of the war. It was strange - as a Yankee - to experience this history. Is it something I am proud of? Not at all. But the saying ...

      Ships and Forts

      A travel blog entry by christinewesten on May 26, 2012

      ... to hold a garrison of
      over 600 men. The 85 Union troops who occupied her for the beginning of
      the Civil War managed to hold off for 4 or 5 days before surrendering.
      NO casualties were reported, but 2 men died in the 100 gun salute that
      the Confederate Army allowed after the surrender. So the first two
      casualties of the Civil War weren't even during a battle. You have 1
      hour on the fort after the boat arrives and ...

      Confederates and the wealthy

      A travel blog entry by amyandjosh on Jul 16, 2011

      1 comment, 5 photos

      This was my first true experience of being in "The South". Charleston is a beautiful city with lots of charm and history. I was raised in the Northwest, so seeing the word "Confederate" makes me think of negative things. I think of slavery and restrictive livestyles and white power. Maybe my perception is completely wrong, but the roots are deep here and it is easy to see where people came from. The south has come a long way, however. People seem ...