Harbor Inn

Address: 600 Church Street, Georgetown, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29440, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 600 Church Street, Georgetown, is near Hampton Plantation State Historic Site, Rice Museum, Kaminski House Museum, and Harold Kaminski House.
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    Travel Blogs from Georgetown

    Plantation and tea room

    A travel blog entry by cblake3493 on Mar 25, 2015

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    We drove to Hopsewee Plantation for our reserved tour. You get a discounted price when reservations are made. Hopsewee Plantation is a National Historic Landmark. It is one of the oldest plantations opened to the public. It was constructed between 1735 and 1740. Only five families have owned the plantation since it was built. Hopsewee has remained essentially the same for almost three centuries.


    A travel blog entry by ahoymaggie on Nov 18, 2014

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    ... s edge, the wind above was barely noticeable, Once in open water, though, the full force of the wind --- 30 gusting to 40 according to NOAA --- hit us full on the bow, With the long fetch for nearly the entire length of Winyah Bay and in opposition to the outgoing tide, Waves went nearly vertical and closely spaced. This is the classic "worse case scenario" one hears about but tries to avoid at all costs. With nowhere to anchor or tie ...

    Hey Good-Looking (1967)

    A travel blog entry by lizonya on Apr 06, 2014

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    ... which is burned down to the ground by a group of white people. Apparently, whites discourage Negros from owning businesses. I reluctantly return to school in January 1968. I don’t fit in, I think. Everyone walks slower, and talks with a southern drawl. Racism is abundant, and many schools in this area are segregated. I don’t like southern food and ice tea, and my classmates are narrow minded, smoke cigarettes, and wear old-fashioned ...

    Southern Comfort -- Bully Style (1967)

    A travel blog entry by lizonya on Apr 05, 2014

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    ... her eyes, and command her the way my older brother, Carver, scares me.

    “Pick up my books right this minute, or else I’ll bash your ******* face into the wall and splatter your brains all over your friends!”

    “I, I, I was jest ked’in,” her voice shakes. She quickly gathers up my books, sets them back onto the sink, and exits with her followers.

    YEAH, I’m QUEEN of the restroom! I cheer ...

    Quality Accommodations tonight

    A travel blog entry by tredders on Aug 19, 2012

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    ... Disgusting ! Like most of the American cakes We have had.
    Georgetown is on an inlet and the streets are tree lined and the houses are amazing..not overly huge but beautiful just the same. The main street isnt big but very quaint. We were told it was a small scale Charlestown, cheaper and less tourists. its nice but I am looking forward to tomorrow and Charlestown..I will be on the lookout for Clark Gable...or a lookalike at least.