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JENNIFER AND KYLE'S WEDDING

November, 2008 in Charleston
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Ceremony: Middleton Place Plantation

Ceremony:

Middleton Place Plantation

4300 Ashley River Rd
Charleston, SC 29414, US
843-571-1266

Hotel:

Francis Marion Hotel

387 King St
Charleston, SC, United States

Hotel:

Holiday Inn Riverview

301 Savannah Hwy
Charleston, SC, United States

Restaurant:

Charleston Coffee Exchange

2875 Ashley River Rd
Charleston, SC 29414
(843) 571-5875

"In our opinion, one of the best places to get a cup of coffee!"

Restaurant:

Coast Bar & Grill

39 John St # D
Charleston, SC, United States

Restaurant:

High Cotton Maverick Bar

199 E Bay St
Charleston, SC, United States

Restaurant:

Hominy Grill

207 Rutledge Ave
Charleston, SC, United States
843-973-0930

"Best breakfast in Charleston. Get there early."

Restaurant:

Mustard Seed

1978 Maybank Hwy
Charleston, SC, United States

"A tastey little place with slightly lower prices than the downtown restaurants."

Restaurant:

Red Drum Gastropub

803 Coleman Blvd
Mt Pleasant, SC, United States

"Great place to eat. Awsome beer selection--almost as good as their food."

Restaurant:

Slightly North of Broad

192 E Bay St
Charleston, SC, United States

Restaurant:

Tommy Condon Restaurant

160 Church St
Charleston, SC, United States

"Great place to sit back and have a beer. Food is great too."

Attraction:

Angel Oak Park

3688 Angel Oak Rd
Johns Island, SC, United States
843-559-3496

"Open daily 9am - 5pm. Owned and operated by the City of Charleston Department of Parks. The Angel Oak is a Live Oak tree, estimated to be 1,400 years old. Live oaks are not particularly tall, but have wide spreading canopies. Only in the very oldest of specimens do you find massive limbs resting on the ground, as do the limbs of the Angel Oak. It stands 65ft. high and provides a 17,000 square foot area of shade. No admission charge."

Attraction:

Boone Hall Plantation

1235 Long Point Rd
Mt Pleasant, SC, United States
843-884-4371

"Mon-Sat. 8:30am-6:30pm; Sunday 1pm-5pm. Boone Hall reflects Southern heritage spanning 300 years on one magnificent"

Attraction:

Charleston Museum

360 Meeting St
Charleston, SC, United States
843-722-2996

"M-Sa 9am"

Attraction:

City Market

233 Meeting St
Charleston, SC, United States

"Open M-Su. Built in 1841, it features small shops, restaurants and a flea market with everything from produce to antiques. Hear the lilting dialect of Gullah ladies as they weave and sell handmade sweetgrass baskets. Market Street between Meeting and East Bay Sts."

Attraction:

City of Charleston: Farmers Market

180 Meeting St
Charleston, SC, United States

Attraction:

Drayton Hall

3380 Ashley River Rd
Charleston, SC, United States
843-769-2600

"Daily except Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve/Day and New Year"

Attraction:

Fort Sumter National Monument

340 Concord St
Charleston, SC 29401, US
843-883-3123

"Museum and Docks for tours of Fort Sumter reached by ferry The Visitor Center is open daily from 8:30am to 5:00pm, and admission is free. Closed New Year"

Attraction:

Irvin House Vineyards

6775 Bears Bluff Rd
Wadmalaw Island, SC, United States

"This winery makes all of it's wine from muscadine grapes. They offer daily tastings for only $2.00, which includes a wine glass to take home. If you have some extra time, check it out!"

Attraction:

James Island County Park Festival of Lights

James Island County Park
, US

"Last November 4th Anonymous popped the question at the campground here! The reason it's worth visiting now, however, is the Festival of Lights! If you like looking at Christmas lights even a little, you'll love this annual event. You might want to drive through it Friday night anytime from 5:30-11 for $10 a car. "Your journey begins with a magical 3-mile drive along forest paths aglow with light-sculptured art. With over 600 displays located throughout the park, the Holiday Festival of Lights is a magical place to be! During your visit, stop to stretch your legs and your imagination at Santa's Village and Winter Wonderland.""

Attraction:

Magnolia Plantation & Gardens

3550 Ashley River Rd
Charleston, SC, United States
800-367-3517

"Open 365 days a year 8am-5:30pm; call for Nov.-Feb. hours. This 17th century estate, acquired in 1676 by the Drayton family, features America"

Attraction:

Patriots Point Naval Museum

40 Patriots Point Rd
Mt Pleasant, SC, United States
866-831-1720

"Open daily 9am-6:30pm. Adults $15, Seniors and military with ID $13, Children 6-11 $8. The 888-foot aircraft carrier Yorktown is the flagship of the Patriots Point battle group. Destroyer Laffey, the Coast Guard cutter Ingham and the submarine Clamagore are also on display along with 25 aircraft, Congressional Medal of Honor Museum and Cold War Submarine memorial."

Attraction:

Powder Magazine

79 Cumberland St
Charleston, SC, United States
843-722-3767

"The oldest public building in the Carolinas. The Powder Magazine stored the powder crucial for defending Charleston. Although replaced by a newer magazine in 1748, it served effectively until the American Revolution. Today it is restored to its mid-nineteenth century appearance and open as a National Historic Landmark."

Attraction:

South Carolina Aquarium

100 Aquarium Wharf
Charleston, SC, United States
843-720-1990

"Journey through South Carolina, from the mountains to the sea, under one roof at the South Carolina Aquarium. New exhibit opening spring 2008: Camp Carolina at the Aquarium! Enjoy a camping adventure filled with brand new play areas and fun activities for the whole family."

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