Lodge Alley Inn

Address: 195 E Bay St, Charleston, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29401-2126, 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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        TripAdvisor Reviews Lodge Alley Inn Charleston

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Charleston

        Day 5 - Goldsboro, NC to Charleston, SC

        A travel blog entry by southtoalaska on Jun 17, 2015

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... city. Some of the highlights include: pointing out buildings that look like faces; seeing a wedding in progress in the park; stumbling across the in town stables; trout dinner at Blossom restaurant; and watching a beautiful sunset.

        Looking forward to visiting a bit more tomorrow and then spending a few nights with great friends, the Emmolos!

        Day six Charleston

        A travel blog entry by stevepartlow on May 19, 2015

        8 photos

        ... a drink. This afternoon we have a boat ride out to Fort Sumter, the place where the first shots were fired that started the Civil War in 1861. http://fortsumtertours.com We travel to the Fort by boat and this is the first time we have ALL been together, I mean by the Big Chris the bus driver joins us as he has never been to the Fort before? He is such a nice guy, only 28 but a real helpful nature about him. We hear about the Fort and Battles that it has been involved ...

        Plantations and Patriots

        A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Apr 22, 2015

        50 photos

        ... We were running out of time so we decided to go to the Destroyer USS Laffey (DD-724) which is called "The Ship That Would Not Die." The first Laffey sunk at the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal. The second Laffey survived a massive airstrike of 22 Japanese bombers and five kamikazes and three bombs struck her and two bombs scored near misses. We saw the Submarine USS Clamagore (SS-343) a small submarine commissioned just a few weeks before the end of WWII. We made ...

        Off to the Big City

        A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 24, 2015

        8 comments, 9 photos

        ... you just can't focus for awhile.

        We all decided to try the Tasting Menu. I have included photos, two were forgotten. The dinner started with an Amuse Bouche, a one spoon bite of a creamy yogurt like mousse with bass and pimento. Carrie and Tony's spoon had a puffy shrimp toast on top. Very light. The other photo I forgot was a tiny bowl, again one bite, of raspberry mousse, a single raspberry and Rosemary whip cream. It was pretty and perfect. This delight ...

        Beautiful Plantation Houses

        A travel blog entry by ashka_dane on Jun 17, 2014

        2 comments, 85 photos

        ... white pillars, shutters on the windows and old rocking chairs out front. The plantation is now a national park so the home is empty but its still spectacular from the outside.
        The kitchen, completely separate from the house, was the size of a modern two bedroom home. Back then it was illegal to have the kitchen inside the main house because the cooks/slaves used an open fire to cook on, meaning that kitchens tended to catch fire 1-3 times a year and it ...