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Best Hotels in Charleston, SC and Fun Things to Do


Charleston, established in 1670 by English colonists, is the oldest and most populated city in the state of South Carolina. This charming southern city is home to national historic landmarks, including Fort Sumter and Drayton Hall, America's oldest plantation house open for public visitation.

Whether you visit historic downtown Charleston for sightseeing, dining, and shopping, or head to the beaches and nearby barrier islands, you'll find a mixture of adult and family fun things to do. 

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Topics: South Carolina




Best Hotels in Hilton Head Island, SC and Fun Things to Do


Hilton Head Island, nestled along 12 miles of unspoiled Atlantic coastline is a popular resort town in Beaufort County South Carolina. It lies 95 miles southwest of historical Charleston and is less than an hour's drive to Savannah, GA.

 

Captain William Hilton gave his name to the island in 1663, after sailing from Barbados to the headland at the passage to Port Royal Sound. The island opened to automobile traffic in 1956 when a two-lane toll bridge at the cost of $1.5 million connected the island to the mainland.

 

Tourists have been gravitating to Hilton Head Island for decades.  This resort town offers pristine sandy beaches, multiple golf courses, fine dining, shopping, and superb lodging with premium views.

 

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Topics: South Carolina




Best Hotels in Aiken, SC and Fun Things to Do


Are you considering a trip to Aiken, SC? Home to over 30,000 residents, charming Aiken offers visitors and the community a wealth of rich equestrian history and cultural experiences. Dotted with many horse farms and one of the largest urban forests in the country, Aiken has produced many thoroughbred champions. In fact, for over a century, the quaint city has been the training ground for a variety of equestrian sports. The Aiken Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame and Museum is here as well.

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Topics: South Carolina