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Charles Towne Pub Strolls Presents OktoberFest Tour

The French Quarter Inn is one of the nicest hotels in all of Charleston, South Carolina.  This beautiful hotel overlooks the amazing City Market and St. Philip’s Steeple.  This hotel is surrounded by some of the best American history.  Recently, the Charleston Hotel has had the rooms redesigned to resemble a Parisian Chateau.  Overall having this perfect location and wonderful luxury is what makes French Quarter Inn stand out over any other hotel in Charleston.  While visiting Charleston most are looking for great attractions, entertainment, and dining.  OktoberFest is a very popular tradition for many people.  This year Charles Towne Pub Strolls presents OktoberFest Tour.  The festivities begin September 23rd and continue through October 7th.  Each day the fun and exciting tour begins at 5:00P.M.

Throughout the tour visitors will hear some of the craziest stories about the history of Charleston, that most won’t even believe them.  You will also learn that Charleston has more than just history, but also has many spirits.  Learn how in the early days there was 1 pub for every 5 men and the drinking habits back in time.  While going through the tour guests who over 21 will be able to enjoy the various taverns.  However, the beverages are not included as part of the tour price, so be sure to bring some extra cash.  The tour overall will last 2-2 1/2  hours.

This is a great way to celebrate the traditional OktoberFest and learn many things about historical Charleston.  Bring out the family or friends for a wonderful time where you can laugh, relax, and have some amazing food and drinks.  While staying at French Quarter Inn be sure to ask an employee about the Charles Towne Pub Stroll.  It is an opportunity to explore the wonderful city of Charleston and make some great new memories.

Posted in News by French Quarter Inn on August 24, 2012

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