The Jacobson Building

19 Broad Street, Charleston, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29401, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Charleston

Enjoying new old places

A travel blog entry by christinewesten


... with delicious salads, probably delicious sandwiches and delicious sides like fried green tomatoes! You can also purchase a variety of jams, preserves, wines and produce.

Next stop, Charles Pinckney National Historic Site. The site is small and there is no entrance fee. Charles Pinckney was one of the signers of the Constitution and this site has a replica of what his home may have looked like. There is a short walking path around the property and ...

Beautiful Charleston

A travel blog entry by terry-christina


... city. Unlike where we are staying.

My photos aren't well labelled tonight, as I'm a little tired. I would have liked to put their addresses and construction date. Will try to do it another time.

PS Seamus texted last night to say he and Paddy are in Ireland. Staying in Cork, from whence several of their ancestors were sent to Botany Bay. On their father's side. I suspect they will enjoy themselves there.


The Warmth of Charleston

A travel blog entry by danharriet


... port in the colonies, after Boston, New York, and Philadelphia; with a population of 11,000—slightly more than half of them slaves.

By the start of the Revolutionary War, Charles Towne was a prize sought after by the British Forces. Twice they attacked the city with no success. They had hoped that Loyalist would join in on the attacks and help them succeed in their plans. But this did not happen. Fort Sullivan was constructed to protect the city from British ...

Sightseeing, sunshine, happiness

A travel blog entry by annarstv


... things they sell there. The market sheds were very crowded, lots of tourists walking around.
Then we went on the carriage city tour, which I liked very much. We could see many parts of the city in a shorter time and the guide knew a lot of interesting facts about the city and the buildings he showed us.
Later we drove to the beach at Isle of Palms to meet with our new friends whom we had met the evening before at a club. They invited us to ...

Kentucky to Charleston.

A travel blog entry by garrynjan


... in these parts, and we enjoyed our Peach tea while sitting in the Adirondack rocking chairs along the wide veranda looking out over the tea plantation.

Charleston landscape is etched with barrier Islands and bodies of water with low lying marshland areas. 4 rivers all flow toward the Peninsula's Historic district ,creating what I think looks like a “Giant’s jigsaw puzzle, needing to be pushed together to be ...


This hotel, located in the Charlestowne area of Charleston, is near Old Exchange & Provost, Heyward-Washington House, French Huguenot Church, and Civil War Walk.
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