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What to do in Charleston SC?

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Shufdog    2,270

I'm going to be in Charleston the week of the fourth, gimmie some ideas!

 

Crave-Kitchen & Cocktails- is already on the radar. http://www.cravemtp.com/

 

I've been to the air craft carrier, The Battery, the slave market and the Aquarium. Anybody got something different to give me?

 

Seems like I remember an Island or something that is a National Park that is really cool, that has a tree that is really really old or something? Maybe it was something I dreamed, I don't know?

 

Anyway... Y'all got any ideas that are off the beaten path?

 

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thefuzz    4,119

Get the cheeseburger at "The Bar @ Husk".

 

Don't add anything, don't take off anything, just order it and try not to order another.

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Shufdog    2,270

Go visit Angry Grandpa

 

You talking about that dude that used to tear poo up??? He lives in Charleston?

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Scrumtrilescent    3,260

The Angel Oak Tree on John's Island is probably what you mean.

 

 

Don't get too far out there in the boonies at night, you'll hear banjos.

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SCP    30,419

Hank's Seafood

Daniel Island for golf

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CCS    1,244

You talking about that dude that used to tear poo up??? He lives in Charleston?

 

If that's who you're talking about, yes.

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TheRumGone    14,276

Go to a hole-in-the wall kind of place. I've been twice, don't know the name of the restaurants because they literally didn't have a sign. I don't know how the fug i found them but the seafood was the greatest i've ever had.  Ask some locals.

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Doc Holiday    2,071

Go to a hole-in-the wall kind of place. I've been twice, don't know the name of the restaurants because they literally didn't have a sign. I don't know how the fug i found them but the seafood was the greatest i've ever had.  Ask some locals.

It's "The Wreck" that you are talking about, if you go over the bridge heading away from down town it's on your right right after you cross the bridge on a back road near water front, it has a wrecked ship right next to it and thats how it gets it's name.

 

It made a magazine a few years back as having the best fried shrimp in South Carolina(and I agree) which is saying something and it has odd hours so you want to check it out before going there.

 

http://www.wreckrc.com

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Doc Holiday    2,071

if you like really spicy food there is a place called the kickn chicken in Summerville, it's hot sauce will knock your socks off.

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Shufdog    2,270

How about some activities? I think we got the food covered! Thanks for the input, please keep them coming.

 

I like the water! Is there some kind of boat trips you can take? The last time I was there I remember seeing a HUGE white catamaran with a phone# about tours. Anybody got a clue what I'm talking about? I was at RB'S restaurant, where the river enters the inlet. All of the boats pull right up to the docks on the water front restaurants. (BTW, I love RB'S just because they let people bring their dogs, that's cool!)

 

Like I said, thanks for the input. I really appreciate it!!!

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Shufdog    2,270

 

If that's who you're talking about, yes.

 

Yeah, that's who I was talking about! Hahaha!!! If i knew his address I could just go ring his doorbell, hide, repeat, and enjoy the entertainment!! (I know, he has no doorbell.)

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