Make plans to join us in historic Charleston, South Carolina!

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Join Meredith College alumnae for a fun filled weekend in historic Charleston, South Carolina. Charleston is known for its rich history, water front views, historic buildings, and local cuisine. The alumnae Charleston trip is scheduled for April 25-27, 2014.

This fun-filled weekend getaway includes: accommodations at Charleston Place Hotel, a reception for travelers and area alumnae, Savor the Flavor Food Tour and a Ghost and Graveyard Tour. In addition to the scheduled events, our staff is happy to assist with additional tours, restaurant reservations or spa reservations at the hotel.

To view the complete schedule or to register online, please click below.

https://community.meredith.edu/charleston-trip

Our group will be staying at the Charleston Place Hotel, conveniently located within the historic district and within walking distance of the Market, King Street shopping, Rainbow Row and The Battery. You truly will be in the heart of this historic city! The Charleston Place Hotel is located at: 205 Meeting Street.

To see more about Charleston Place Hotel, please view:

Or, visit their website at: http://www.charlestonplace.com

A $200 deposit is required to secure your reservation. Pricing options are as follows:

Including hotel accommodations, reception, a tasting tour and ghost tour:
Single occupancy- $1,150
Double occupancy – $615
Triple occupancy – $460
Quadruple occupancy – $375
A la carte options:
The Chef’s Kitchen Tour – $42/person
Tommy Dew’s Walking History Tour – $25/person

For questions or additional information, please contact Hilary Allen at 919.760.8751 or allenh@meredith.edu

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