The Jacobson Building

Address: 19 Broad Street, Charleston, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29401, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

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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Travel Blogs from Charleston

Charming Southern cities

A travel blog entry by jensgregersen on Aug 04, 2014

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... Spain ceded the region to the U.S., and Florida became a state in 1845. The fort was last used during the Spanish-American war in 1898 as a military prison.
In the evening we drove to the southern end of Anastasia island, where we were camping, and had a delightful salmon dinner at the South Beach Grill. Afterwards we walked on the beach.
The following morning we decided to visit the nearby St. Augustine Lighthouse and ...

A Few of My Favorite Things

A travel blog entry by christinewesten on Apr 18, 2014

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... As this was the showcase, the features are grand, from the road side portico to the very large windows for the time. Tara did a great job of pointing out all the details used to impress visitors arriving to the home. The interior of the home is unfurnished and has no plumbing or electricity. You are able to imagine what the rooms could have looked like during their use and this is all possible because the ...

THE FREE STANDING CIRCULAR STAIRCASE

A travel blog entry by joanandlarry on Dec 24, 2013

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... daughters were born to the Russells, Alicia in 1789 and Sarah in 1792. The house remained in the Russell family until 1857 when it was purchased by Governor R.F.W. Allston (1801-1864) and his wife, Adele Petigru (1810-1896). Later, after serving as a school for the Sisters of Charity of Our Lady of Mercy from 1870-1905, the Russell House was converted back to a private residence. It remained so until 1955, when the Foundation purchased the site and opened ...

Charleston...ehh

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Nov 30, 2013

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... taxidermy on the wood paneled walls including a giant moose dead center. Unfortunately I found out after the fact that they are known for their Duck Club sandwich and were even featured on Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives for it. Since I was uninformed I ordered the Lucky #1 Sub, bbq braised pork belly, seared on the grill, topped with house made kimchi, tomatoes, cucumbers, crispy onions, cilantro, wasabi mayo, & sweet red chili sauce on a ...

The Lowcountry

A travel blog entry by phoebeandmillow on Oct 17, 2013

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... was delicious. the seafood and the local dishes were great.

the last day here, we went to sullivans island. randi got a novel on the kindle called sullivans island, so we had to go see where everything took place. and we ate at poe's tavern. yep, old edgar himself was serving time at moultrine fort and he would come up to the tavern and was inspired to write a short story called the golden bug (i think).


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