1837 Bed and Breakfast

126 Wentworth St., Charleston, South Carolina, 29401, United States

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airport transportation

by jurisfiction

Hello! I'm arriving June 2nd by plane, and not renting a car. I'm staying in the historic district and wondering what the best way to get to/from the airport is? I did see mention of a shuttle on the airport site, but no other information on it.

Re: airport transportation

by nomorewars

I'm not sure if you have seen this, but it's pretty detailed:


I have used this service on numerous occasions, which can be arranged for by your airline @ the Charleston terminal or by yourself in person upon your arrival. There are shuttles departing the airport every 15 or 20 minutes, & they go all over Charleston. The cost is $12.00 per person. You will not have a problem.

Travel Tips for Charleston

One must thing to do is to go...

by alan_todd

One must thing to do is to go to the beach. We went to the Isle of Palm one day. It was a little too cold to swim, but we waded in the water and enjoyed the magnificent ocean. Our walks through the the streets and alleys enjoying the architecture of the great old buildings and houses.

Sweet Grass Baskets - Mount Pleasant

by Ewingjr98

Sweet grass is a grass that grows naturally from the Carolina to Texas along the coastal dunes. It is also common on the coast of Africa, in countries that grew rice hundreds of years ago. These people used the grass to make baskets for winnowing and hauling rice and other products. When the slaves were brought to America beginning around 1500, the coastal African people were in high demand because of their experience in growing rice. When the slaves arrived, they found grasses similar to those in their homelands, so they began creating baskets. After the Civil War, the basket making continued in some coastal areas, in particular, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina near Charleston, where the the baskets have become a favorite souvenir.

Mt. Pleasant, is about four miles north of Charleston on Hwy 17. About 75 ghetto basket stands line this busy road. Baskets are also sold Charleston's Market area. It is estimated that there are about 300 families involved in the basket industry, down from 1200 families in the 1970s. Sweet grass baskets can sell for as much as $500 if they are of high quality.

Minor League Baseball fun

by spgood301

Something a little different...Charleston's minor league baseball team, the Riverdogs. They're a low-minor Yankees affiliate, with younger players trying to prove themselves to the big league team. The stadium is small, tickets very affordable (top price $10), and you're guaranteed a good seat. The kids do put on a show.

Speaking of putting on a show, the Riverdogs are known for their creative promotions during and after their games. The night I went, they gave away pillowcases. Because, well, check my travelogue for more details. Yourself, and your appetite for fun. Hey, Bill Murray's the "DIRECTOR of fun"...how could you go wrong?

He's also a part-owner of the team.

"Cinderella story, out of nowhere..."

Check out the beaches 2!

by tpangelinan

If you want to swim go to Folly beach it's only a 20 minute ride South on Route 17, just take the Folly Beach Road exit, turn left and go all the way to the end until you see the Holiday Inn and turn left again, go up about 1 1/2 mile and pull off on the right side. There is a great beach and we saw lots of people surfing and swimming. This is a nice clean, wide beach were you can lay out to sun tan, go swimming and other water sports.

Charleston area malls

by MandaJ320 about Citadel and Northwoods malls

These malls are always advertised together at Christmas time, so I think they're owned by the same people. Citadel Mall is in West Ashley, and Northwoods Mall is in North Charleston. And they're a lot alike, except Citadel may be newer. They are both nice and clean, and they have all the normal mall stores.


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Address: 126 Wentworth St., Charleston, South Carolina, 29401, United States