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Charleston to HHI?

JACKC

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In order to get decent flight connections and rates this spring, we are flying into Charleston instead of Savannah. How's the drive between Charleston and HHI? Any tips?

Jack
 

lweverett

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Seems to me that it took me about 2 hours. The roads are not real good, some being 2 lane. Not senic at all. Nothing scary though, but get a good map as it could have been better marked. This is from several years ago.
 

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and leave time either coming or going to spend some time in Charleston, it's a great city!
 

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It's 90 miles away. We stopped to see one of the beautiful plantations in the area and did a city tour. Did a daytrip from HH.
 

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(1)The drive is along state highways for most of the way (if you want the shortest distance), unless one wishes to take the interstate in a round-about way. Go to Mapquest.com and type in Charleston, SC and look .

(2) If you are able, take one-two days and see Charleston...it IS a gorgeous city, and you can have a ball seeing some beautiful and historic homes, and the "Battery" area down near the water . There are 2 nice timeshares in the historic district where you can rent by the night! (Lodge Alley Inn & Church Street Inn---both 5-stars. Both are listed in the Interval Int'l catalog.) Just look them up and call the resorts...they will accommodate. Also lots of wonderful B & B's ...... Lots of great shopping on King Street and in the old Slave Market area. And some great, great restaurants...casual or fine-dining. A carriage tour around the city's old beautiful homes and gardens is a must. Did you know that Charleston is in the top 3 cities in the country as "destination of choice", depending on the survey, and some have it as number one???? It's true. OK, Last EASY chance to see Charleston!!!!! jme :)
 
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