if you go
if you go
US Airways offers nonstop flights from Reagan National to Charleston, S.C.
WHERE TO STAY
Comfort Suites West of the Ashley
2080 Savannah Hwy.
Rooms from $100.
Best Western Sweetgrass Inn Charleston
1540 Savannah Hwy.
Claims to have the largest outdoor pool and pool deck in the Charleston area. Rooms from $90.
WHERE TO EAT
The Glass Onion
1219 Savannah Hwy.
Serving generous portions of Southern soul food. Brunch entrees start at $8; lunch entrees at $10; dinner entrees at $12.
3140 Maybank Hwy., Johns Island
Serving Lowcountry cuisine that features fresh ingredients from local farmers. Entrees start at about $11.
Angel Oak Restaurant
3669 Savannah Hwy., Johns Island
Serving traditional Southern food in a cozy atmosphere, complete with drinks in Mason jars. Lunch entrees start at $9; dinner entrees at $16.
WHAT TO DO
Charleston Tea Plantation
6617 Maybank Hwy., Wadmalaw Island
Trolley tour $10 for ages 12 and up; $5 children younger than 12. Factory tour and tea samples free.
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