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    Go to Market Street during the day for the Market, go to Market Street or Upper King Street at night for the nightlife, walk or take a bike ride through the Battery, go to Patriot's Point, go to the SC Aquarium, see College of Charleston campus, don't go to Hyman's Seafood, walk down King Street towards Market Street and then down Market to look for a place to eat with exceptions being Hominy Grill(corner of Cannon and Rutledge), Fives Loaves(corner of Cannon and Spring), and Jestine's Kitchen(corner of Wentworth and Meeting), view plethora of historic buildings, if here on a Saturday go to Marion Square and go to the Farmer's Market over 8 years ago

    Answered by Matt Roth via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    SO MANY! For Civil War experience: Hunley graves at Magnolia Cemetery. For seafood: Bowen's Island Restaurant on James Island. For local goods: Marion Square Farmers Market (depending on season) or City Market. For shopping: King Street. For history: College of Charleston campus. For Southern food: Jestine's Kitchen. For more information on Charleston you can visit my blog at www.carolineinthecityblog.com. over 8 years ago

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    Attend Spoleto Festival! over 8 years ago

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