Quality Inn North Charleston

7415 Northside Drive, North Charleston, South Carolina, 29420-4209, United States
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What to do in Charleston ?

by wisia

My wife & I will be in Charleston May 26-30. Looking for fun things to do. Are the ghost tours, culinary tour or bus trips to plantations worthwhile?
Any suggestions on food, activities, fun would be great. First timers ! Staying in historic district without a car.

Re: What to do in Charleston ?

by xymmot

Plenty to do there.Get a what's happening in Charleston and Just walk around the area. There is great restuarants all over the area. Be sure to try a shrimp poor boy sandwich there at Hank's. I go there to play golf and there is a great Municipal course there,and many great course in the area. There is a market area and I have tried several different restaurants and they were all good. So I recommend to eat to your taste. Enjoy Charleston

Re: What to do in Charleston ?


The ghost tour was fun! Poogans Porch was a nice ploace to eat. Bring a camera. One of my favorite things to do was the carriage ride. It took you all over downtown. Then we could kinda decide where we wanted to walk from there.

Re: What to do in Charleston ?

by riorich55

Too bad you don't have a car because the sunrises are really fantastic at Folly Beach on James Island. But since you don't walk through the city (easy to do), visit some historic houses. I would stop in at the Visitor Center first. They have a good introductory film and you can get a lot of ideas there. Try the French Bistro and the Italian Gelato places on John St right next door to each other. I've got a few other tips on my VT Charleston pages if you want more detail and pictures from our trip last September.

Travel Tips for Charleston

Visitor's Center!

by Sagespot

Ok, if you've never been to Charleston before then GO TO THE VISITOR'S CENTER!! It's located on Meeting and John Street and the people there will hook you up with everything you could ever need. Not only will they assist with hotels and motels, but they'll even give you a list of cab numbers in case you're stuck in the city late at night. Additionally, if you're in town for a length of time or you firmly believe in public transportation then this is the place to buy your bus pass.

The staff was always super helpful. They have a great array of historical data posted on the walls with some museum exhibits on loan and even a few sweetgrass basket weavers to boot! Additionally they have a nice little shop on the end of the building that sells tourist trinkets and bottled water for pretty reasonable prices. On the eastern side of the building there are tons of benches and some hanging moss/architectural forms that are really nice to sit and relax under. Sometimes it can be quite a walk from the historic districts, so this is a good place to take a rest.

The Center is located at 375 Meeting Street.


Plan your visit to see the...

by MZK

Plan your visit to see the Spoleto USA Festival in late May and early June, which actually draws tons of culture into Charleston as well as tourists, but the stars which stud the annual program are hard to pass up on. Check out their website at http://www.spoletousa.org/ The concert and fireworks of the festival finale at the Middleton Place. People bring food, drink and chairs and sit at the lawn in front of the Old House for hours as the orchestra is warming up.

Know your history, part two

by hslowe

1863--Union assault upon Morris Island is led by an all-black unit. This is the battle portrayed in the film Glory.

1863--The 587-day Federal bombardment of downtown Charleston begins.

1864--The Confederate submarine CSS H. L. Hunley becomes the first submarine to sink a vessel in war.

1865-- Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman's troops reach Middleton Place Plantation, leaving it in ruins. Charlestonians fear imminent invasion, but Sherman's forces turn toward Columbia. The burning of Columbia destroys many records and valuables which Charlestonians had sent there for "safekeeping."

1886--The Lowcountry is struck by an estimated 7.5 earthquake, resulting in 83 deaths and $6 million in damage.

1925--A new dance craze begins in Charleston and spreads across the nation; soon to be named "the Charleston."

1934--George Gershwin arrives in Charleston to research and write Porgy and Bess, the first American opera.

1989--(September 21) Hurricane Hugo, a category 4 hurricane with winds of 131-155 mph slams into the city with a 12-17 foot wall of water rolling over Ft. Sumter. The barrier islands are inundated as an estimated 80% of homes on Sullivan's Island and Folly Beach are badly damaged or destroyed. Homes in the Historic District sustain 10 to 24 inches of flooding. Total losses estimated at $2.8 billion.

1995--Team of divers discover the wreck of the Confederate Submarine Hunley in the waters off Sullivan's Island.

Courtesy South Carolina’s Information Highway

Folly Beach Nature Trail

by dulphynn

We spent a few hours and drove to the northern end of Folly Beach. Our original plan was to take a few pics of the lMorris Island lighthouse and then leave. We were pleasantly surprised by what we found when we get there. It takes some time to get there but I promise it is well worth the effort. There are trails that wind back into the marsh and then onto a relatively deserted beach that overlooks the lighthouse. The birding here is incredible. There are a wide variety of shorebirds and songbirds. We were very excited to come across a Painted Bunting perched on a telephone wire. It was beautiful. The beach provided lots of great photo opportunities. We thought we spend 15 minutes here but ended up staying over two hours exploring the beach!

the Ashley River

by MandaJ320

The Ashley River extends from the tip of the Charleston peninsula, where it meets the Cooper River at the Charleston harbour, all the way inland to rural Summerville. It starts out as a sprawling waterway, with bridges and sailboats, and ends up as a small ditch-sized creek. Along the way, there are miles and miles of beautiful marshland. The Ashley River is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including deer, crocodiles, crabs, and sea birds. Sometimes dolphins swim up the Ashley River too! This is a great place to fish or to take your boat, and sunrises and sunsets are amazing over the marsh!


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 Quality Inn North Charleston

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Address: 7415 Northside Drive, North Charleston, South Carolina, 29420-4209, United States