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Savannah, Charleston and Raleigh help with itinerary

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My husband and I would like to go visit our son in Raleigh, NC at the end of September. We thought of having a side trip to Savannah and Charleston. We would probably fly into Savannah, rent a car, drive to Charleston and then drive to Raleigh and fly out of Raleigh.

Question is how many days do we need to visit Savannah and Charleston. Would 2 days in Savannah and 3 days in Charleston be enough time. Also, if we pick up the car in Savannah and drop it in Raleigh there will be big time drop off fees, is there one car rental better than another on drop off fees. Thought of taking the train from Charleston to Raleigh but that's an 9 hour travel time.

Also, driving from Charleston to Raleigh is there any sights worth visiting.

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