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Charleston Restaurant week Visit - Q's

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We are planning to head to Charleston for 4- 5 days during restaurant Week in September. We will be there during the week, M - F most likely.

Aside from sampling restaurants, we are interested in Architecture; Gardens; Historic sites and getting a real feel for an area.

We hope to do the visit without a car. Is this possible/ practical?

I have been reading trip reports and other threads here for info. But we welcome suggestions on:

1. Places to stay that are centrally located. What areas would work? We would like either a smaller hotel with charm or B&B with a price point of $250 a night, IF that isn't to low. I know it is prime season on September.

2 Restaurants to visit that have participated in previous Restaurant Weeks that you recommend or others that are must do places. Any cuisine except Mexican or Indian.

3. We normally like to do walking tours - there are several listed here on Fodors. Any recommendations?

4. Attractions that would hit our list of likes?

Thanks for your suggestions~~

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