Holiday Inn Express Moncks Corner

505 RC Dennis Boulevard, Moncks Corner, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29461, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 505 RC Dennis Boulevard, Moncks Corner, is near Old Santee Canal State Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Moncks Corner

    Trip to Israel

    A travel blog entry by royleeedwards on May 25, 2014

    Just arrived in Tel aviv, Israel. Wow what a long trip. Austria was beautiful. We are now waiting on the rest of the group to arrive. Ann and I were just baptized in the Jordon river. Visited Capernaum , Mounnt of Beautitudes, Tabgha, Just left Jordan now back in Israel. Now heading to Jerrico and tne Dead Sea. Went Petra , Jordan yesterday. Wow amazing ...

    A new day and my cat's ran away

    A travel blog entry by two-4-the-road on Jun 16, 2013

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    ... drive us to the Charleston airport so we could rent a vehicle which we did. Short time later with everything packed we were on the road home. Not a very good ending to a wonderful trip. During our tour we saw many things, met new friends and discovered things about ourselves and each other. We covered almost 600 miles and I am more proud of Vickie then I can say. She conquered several of her fears and pushed herself to new limits. She now knows the joy of gliding along ...

    Short Stay

    A travel blog entry by two-4-the-road on Jun 15, 2013

    ... I've seen a few interesting/thoughtful things in the last couple of days as well. For instance, I found it amusing that a Baptist church had been built on Exodus Road. I wonder which came first, the church or the road? We also passed through Halfway Swamp. I never did figure out what made up the other half of the swamp. It looked, and smelled, like it was all swamp to me.

    I wish I had thought to take pictures of these things that struck me as silly. However, I think that I ...

    The Queen of Charleston

    A travel blog entry by cookingwhappy on Jun 23, 2012

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    The Queen of Charleston

    While strolling along North Market Street in Charleston, South Carolina one afternoon, peering into the candy shops and confectionary windows, I suddenly developed a craving for one of my favorite southern desserts, Key Lime pie. The south is renowned for perfecting this heavenly creation and as I continued my stroll I happened on a lovely and alluring restaurant called 82 Queen ...

    Magnolia Plantation and Gardens

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Apr 04, 2011

    75 photos

    ... is, it is both salty and pure. The floodgates were opened and the water sampled for saltiness and then closed when the operator, a young slave child, tasted the salt. The tour of the Slave quarters included much history of the process and history of how it all came to be. This was on our second tour. Our guide, Joe, from this area gave a very frank explanation of the slave days. The slaves spoke a pigeon language, made up of ...