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Charleston, SC

Charleston, SCTrip Plan

Trip Plan Tags: 
outdoors + nature,
food,
beach + island,
golf,
spa + wellness,
shopping,
romantic

We're going August 30 - September 6, 2008. Two of us for the whole time, with my husband's cousin and her husband joining us for the first weekend and Labor Day (we hope). I really want to see Rainbow Row and the Aquarium, maybe the Fort, but other than that, mostly the beach and the private pool at the house at which we are staying. ($1200 for the week!)

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Eating Wreck of the Richard and Charlene, Charleston

This hard-to-find dive (without a sign) behind the Shem Creek docks is worth the hunt. It serves up some of the freshest seafood in the Charleston area. Munch... more

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Eating Sienna, Charleston

Five-star food without attitude has propelled Sienna into the ranks of the country's hottest restaurants. Award-winning chef Ken Vedrinkski (formerly of... more

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Eating Robert's of Charleston, Charleston

It's prix fixe and formal at this Charleston institution, owned and operated by chef Robert Dickson, whose claim to fame is food—and singing. A... more

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Eating Peninsula Grill, Charleston

This award-winning restaurant in the chic Planters Inn oozes sexy sophistication. Rich velvet walls, dramatic chandeliers, a lush courtyard with reflecting... more

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Jestine's Kitchen
Eating Jestine's Kitchen, Charleston

Everything's cheap, hearty, and fried at this funky blue-plate café decked out with vintage kitchen utensils and featuring old-timey jazz music.... more

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Hominy Grill
Eating Hominy Grill, Charleston

Chef Robert Stehling shocked genteel Charlestonians with his irreverent take on traditional Lowcountry fare when he opened Hominy in 1996. Since then, he's... more

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FIG
Eating FIG, Charleston

The name stands for Food Is Good, and nightly crowds at this hip local hot spot can attest to that statement. Rich but unfussy dishes are prepared with fresh... more

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Eating Charleston Grill, Charleston

Bob Waggoner's inventive New South cuisine, consistently a favorite among critics, is showcased in this plush dining. Tucked into Charleston Place hotel,... more

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Eating Anson, Charleston

This chic, gilt-trimmed dining room frequented by society types is the city's finest. Although Anson is adjacent to touristy Old City Market, it's... more

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In The Mood For Love
Article In The Mood For Love from Concierge.com

Routine is the death of desire. We're not sure who said that (fine, we'll take credit), but it was a truism in the Ozzie & Harriet generation, and it's... more

Summer Seafood
Article Summer Seafood from Concierge.com

In the summer months, as the mercury goes up-up-up, we all think about the joys of jumping into the water. But there are those of us who think about what's... more

Great American Beach Towns
Article Great American Beach Towns from Concierge.com

Enough with your fancy remote beaches. The Maldives? St. Tropez? With the economy what it is, we'll be lucky to get to the next state on a $73 tank of gas. We... more

Charleston Place
Hotel Charleston Place, Charleston

A favorite of power brokers, politicians, and movie stars, this stylish 440-room hotel is best enjoyed on an expense account. Orient Express hotels does it up... more

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Article Great-Value Vacations, Charleston from Condé Nast Traveler

Three cities whose notable architecture epitomizes their heritage

See + Do Beaches in Charleston, Charleston

Less than 20 minutes from downtown are two popular public beaches: Folly Beach (Ashley Avenue) and Isle of Palms (14th Avenue). Both are run by the Charleston... more

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See + Do South Carolina Aquarium, Charleston

More than 10,000 types of low-country critters, including loggerhead turtles the size of a car, pythons, alligators, and sharks, call this huge aquarium home.... more

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See + Do Historic Homes and Sites, Charleston

Charleston's gorgeous antebellum homes make it one of the most well-preserved cities in the Deep South. It's easy to see them on foot and various companies... more

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See + Do Fort Sumter National Monument, Charleston

No visit to Charleston is complete without a tour of this famous fort, where Confederate soldiers fired the first shot of the Civil War on April 12, 1861. Fort... more

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