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Palmetto Carriage Tour

Any visit to the historic city of Charleston can’t be considered complete until you take the Palmetto Carriage Works Tour. This relaxing, one-of-a-kind tour is an old-school way to see and experience all the beauty and grandeur that is the city of Charleston. Charleston Tours and Events offers the Palmetto Carriage Works Tour as part […]

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Charleston Tours And Events

Charleston is a lovely city to visit any month of the year, but if you’re looking for the best time of year weather-wise, it’s hard to argue that October isn’t the perfect month to be in the Holy City. Temperatures tend to hover in the mid-70s, with usually sunny skies (an average of only four […]

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Charleston Tours And Events

Known for its rich history, well-preserved architecture, distinguished restaurants, and hospitable people, Charleston is a popular tourist destination. Charleston is split into six distinct districts, anchored by downtown, which is often referred to as the “Peninsula.” With the Ashley River to the west and the Cooper River to the east, water is an integral part […]

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Charleston Tours And Events

Charleston is known as a friendly city. In fact, it’s been voted “America’s Most Friendly City” three different times, twice by Travel + Leisure and once by Conde Nast Traveler. That’s quite the tip of the cap, and one of the reasons Charleston gets such love is the growing popularity of “2nd Sunday on King […]

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Charleston Tours And Events

Events You Don’t Want to Miss in Charleston this Summer Charleston, South Carolina continues to be one of the most cherished and beloved locations in all of the United States. Charming, beautiful, historic, breathtaking, choose your favorable adjective, and there’s a good chance it’s been ascribed to Charleston at some point. Voted America’s #1 small […]

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Charleston Tours And Events

The 2019-2020 school year is in full swing and as fall moves in and the last vestiges of summer fade over the horizon, Charleston Harbor Cruises wants to remind you of all the awesome field trips that are available in the Charleston area. As both the oldest and largest city in the state of South […]

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So…have you wondered if all this talk amounts to anything? I’m hoping it does, but I need anyone and everyone who knows something about Charleston *and* Savannah to weigh in. In the spirit of rivalry, I’ve created a poll. Let’s get some data people! Poll Maker […]

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“The general fact is that the most effective way of utilizing human energy is through an organized rivalry, which by specialization and social control is, at the same time, organized cooperation.” -Charles Horton Cooley, Human Nature and the Social Order, 1902 Ravenel Bridge, Charleston, SC. Source: Wikipedia When starting a transportation business with a range […]

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  Charleston versus Savannah? Which one? Both? How much time for each? During my years away from home, this was a question posed by so many different people in so many different contexts, and it always results in a good discussion with locals, visitors, and prospective travelers alike. While some people always passionately defend their […]

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Yes, I’m a big proponent of walking and biking and transit. Sometimes, however, a car really fits the bill. In those cases I’m a fan of Uber, and I’ve heard good things about Charleston Green Taxi too. But what’s this? A totally free car service in downtown Charleston? In 100% electric, emission-free vehicles? Presenting Scoop. […]

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