Moncks Corner Inn

Address: 505 Rembert C Dennis Blvd, Moncks Corner, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29461-3102, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 505 Rembert C Dennis Blvd, Moncks Corner, is near Old Santee Canal State Park.
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        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 ...

        Magnolia Plantation

        A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Feb 05, 2014

        1 comment, 21 photos

        Thick mist and light rain this morning, so no early walk. We went to sleep last night to the sound of a distant fog horn, and I was awoken by an early text from Paddy in Ireland, saying they were on a bus to visit Galway Bay and Blarney Castle. I hope they both kiss the Blarney Stone and receive the gift of eloquence.

        Visiting a plantation is a must do in the Deep South, and I overcame my moral horror at ...

        The Warmth of Charleston

        A travel blog entry by danharriet on Nov 07, 2013

        61 photos

        ... of our final goal of ferrying out to Ft. Sumpter. On our way to the ferry we passed by a full scale replica of the H.L. Hunley, a civil war submarine that was brought to Charleston in an effort to break the crippling Union blockade of the city’s port. On the night of February 17, 1864, this vessel became the first submarine to sink an enemy vessel, the Housatonic. The submarine did not return from that mission and was missing until 1995. The long rod in front carried a ...

        A new day and my cat's ran away

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

        15 photos

        ... 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 ...