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Charleston, SC and Wild Dunes

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Hello! I am joining extended family for just 2 days at the Wild Dunes resort in Charleston in late July. I'd like to split my time between the beach/resort and Charleston(either 1 full day at each, or splitting each day). I've looked at Charleston posts on this forum and recommendations point to walking The Battery, carriage rides, and The Market. I have a list of nice restaurants in the HD - namely Fig, High Cotton, and Magnolia.

What I'd like help with, is suggestions for an itinerary, as my time is so limited, I'd like make the most of it in Charleston. The more specific, the more appreciated!! Any other suggestions/tips very welcome! Also, I would like to if children(ages 16 months, and 6 years) would be welcome at any of the above restaurants (or perhaps just the 6 year old?) If not, can anyone please recommend places in Charlotte, and also closer to Wild Dunes.
Fyi - in total are 6 adults and 2 children, but the whole group does not necessarily have to be together all the time(but preferred). Looking forward to my first trip there.... Thank you much in advance!

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