Charleston, SC travel guide
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Charleston, SC travel guide

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Where To Stay : There are so many quaint and charming places to stay at. They all really have their own charm. We stayed at the Andrew Pinckney Inn which was too cute for words. It had a coastal and relaxing feel to it. With a darling balcony area with a great view of the city. 
Another place that we wanted to stay at was the Zero George but with a smaller availability of rooms we weren’t able to but we did end up stopping by to see there grounds and it was all so picture-esque! A must next time. 

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Where To Eat: Let’s just say we ate our way through Charleston! Our first night the lovely Cannon Green restaurant hosted us and every bit was amazing! We all made it a point to try something different as suggested by the waiter. The cocktails were intricately crafted every drop was delightful. A few things we indulged in were the blue crab louie, yellowtail tuna poke, Cavatelli and the American red snapper. You could honestly get anything it was that good!
Raw 167: (Lunch) They have these amazing lobster rolls and super yummy guacamole.
Magnolias: (Dinner) I had the most delicious crab cakes ever here for dinner. My mouth is watering thinking about it.
The Vendue Hotel: (Drinks) Perfect spot for rooftop drinks and music.
492: Drinks: ( Drinks ) If you go here try the Disco Sour.
Poogan’s Porch: (Breakfast) Amazing biscuits

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What To Do: There is so much to see and do in Charleston even just walking around with no agenda was great! 

Rainbow Row: These pretty houses brought me back to our trip to San Francisco. I adored all the beautiful colored houses and doors. These houses were mostly built in the 1700’s but look so charming!
Waterfront Park: Great place to walk around and see the cutest pineapple shaped fountain. Which also  represents southern hospitality. 
Magnolia / Boone Plantation: You can see more from there in this previous post
King Street: Great for shopping and impromptu gelato 
Horse drawn carriage tours: We didn’t have enough time to do this but I want to next time for sure. 
* If you are looking for more ideas check out Explore Charleston
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This really is a great place to visit! Even though it was hot and humid i’m so glad we got to experience it and would for sure go back. If you need suggestions on what to pack you can see what I suggest packing HERE. If you have traveled here i’d love to here some other spots I need to try next time.