Let Your Palate Choose the Vacation

It is that discriminating taste of yours that may just be the best “picker” when it comes to your ideal vacation spot for 2018. After all, it is not just the cool places to visit, or the children’s parks with icons dressed as six-foot happy mice that are out there to choose from. Some cities on the map not only offer fun things to do for tourists – from museums to parks to hiking and biking trails, and more – they also deliver the most memorable, amazing foods you can possibly ask for.

RedFin Charters Make Fishing in Charleston a Fantastic Adventure

  RedFin Charters Make Fishing in Charleston a Fantastic Adventure   So you wish to fish inshore in the beauty that is Charleston, South Carolina. Well, you should. After all, the Lowcountry’s tidal waters are alive with the highly sought after fighting Redfish, as well as other varieties of inshore fish that include the Speckled […]

Food Vacations

It is a fact that many people out there in America base their vacation choices on nothing more than food. Oh, yes, it may be wonderful to have that perfect view or the buzzing nightlife of a certain locale, but being able to have those incredible aromas hovering all around, coming from literally the best meals in all of the United States, can top the list when planning that perfect vacation. So…how far would you travel for the perfect meal? Well…everyone knows about the elegant Parisian meals or the never-ending fare of Rome, but what if your bank account can only supply you with enough to stay in good, old America and visit the best cities here serving the most unforgettable cuisine? The U.S. most definitely has locations that can go head-to-head and even surpass anything France or Italy has to offer, and the first can be found in…Louisiana.

From Food to Fireworks: The “Best” in July 4th Celebrations

  From Food to Fireworks: The “Best” in July 4th Celebrations by Amy Lignor   We’re all familiar with the celebration of “independence” held in Washington D.C. every year. The red, white and blue blasting into the sky over the cradle of our democracy reminds one and all what it means to be an American…what […]

A Patriot’s View of Charleston

  A Patriot’s View of Charleston By Burt Carey Military history buffs who come to Charleston will never leave this South Carolina city disappointed. It’s where the first shots of the Civil War were fired in the 19th century. It’s where you’ll find plenty of naval ships that tell the story of America’s freedom in […]

New Charleston Water Taxi Catamaran Powered by Yamaha F200s

  New Charleston Water Taxi Catamaran Powered by Yamaha F200s with Digital Electronic Control FORMER 8,700-HOUR OUTBOARD OWNERS LOOK FORWARD TO QUIETER OPERATION AND IMPROVED FUEL EFFICIENCY Owners Scott Connelly and Chip Deaton, who have powered the Charleston Water Taxi with two sets of Yamaha F150 outboards that have run 6,800 hours* and 8,700 hours* […]

Furniture Focus Tours at Heyward-Washington House

  Date: October 8, 15, 22 Time: 4:00 p.m. Location: Heyward-Washington House Address: 87 Church Street Description: Visitors are invited to study the significant 18th century English and Charleston-made furniture collection housed at this 1772 double house.  Learn about Charleston cabinetmakers, locally-harvested and imported wood, and the strong influence of Thomas Chippendale.The highlight of the […]

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