Lodge Alley Inn

Address: 195 E Bay St, Charleston, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29401, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Downtown area of Charleston, is near Palmetto Carriage Works, Bulldog Tours, Inc., Classic Carriage Tours, and The Powder Magazine.
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      Travel Blogs from Charleston

      Auf Wiedersehen

      A travel blog entry by alexandrasaad on Oct 01, 2014

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      ... out that I was better suited to life on that side of the pond than the one I was born on. I am very happy that I was able to spend the last year stateside with my family and that I had a chance to try out a slice of life here, but it has also solidified my belief that the stationary stateside life is not for me.

      So it's onward to history nerd ...

      Hooray for the beach!

      A travel blog entry by christinewesten on Apr 16, 2014

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      ... of the beach. There is a small gift shop, restrooms, plenty of picnic tables and a nice boardwalk to the beach. You can also tour Atalaya, the winter home of the Huntingtons, for an extra $2. I did not do the tour and thought the house looked like a prison from the outside. The beach had beautiful sand and some large waves due to the strong wind. I could have used a pair of gloves, but I did not have any along.

      Further north in the park is a small ...

      Charleston, SC - And the Lessons continue...

      A travel blog entry by shanmoeck on Jan 23, 2014

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      ... We stumbled across some cool waysides discussing how the old defensive walls had been discovered as modern work was being done to the streets. The wayside explained how the settlement started and evolved through the decades, ultimately growing beyond the early defensive walls. It was really cool to be walking the streets that can proudly boast, "Charleston is American history."

      Time for the last supper – thanks to ...

      Doing the Charleston

      A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie on Sep 29, 2013

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... Greyhound's patrons are (see: any station in Alabama at 3am). During the 10-minute ride, we were told all about the best areas in town to see and the best local food to eat. Of course, South Carolina is justifiably proud of its barbecue, so his advice was added to the dozens of billboards we'd seen on the way proclaiming it as the best food in the world.

      By the time we had settled in the hostel and cleansed ourselves of the effects of the bus, it was time for dinner. ...

      Magnolia Plantation

      A travel blog entry by onighjoy on May 10, 2013

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      ... rich. The home is now a beautiful garden with its own alligator swamp and tours that cover slavery or nature. We went on the slavery tour - our guide gave us a very informative talk on over 570 years of slavery and we got to see the original slave quarters. I won't go into the detail but the slavery trade was terrible, with the last country to outlaw slavery as late as 1981.

      After the tour, we wandered around the beautiful gardens and then wandered through the swamp ...