Established in 1670, Charleston has long been considered an annual Top Ten North American Destination for an international smorgasbord of reasons. Despite floods, hurricanes, epidemics and many battles Charleston's historic district remains fundamentally the same. With 600+ antebellum homes, businesses, museums, and churches built before the 1840’s there is much to see and do. Spend a day, several days, or a leisurely week touring on foot, by horse drawn carriage, or trolley the many gardens, plantations, historic sites, lighthouses, museums and other Charleston attractions and amusements.
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…As Savannah is considered a top U.S. ‘walking’ city, it is important to book lodging within the Historical District – SPR’s preferred hotel, the Hyatt is located within this district. However, if you are looking for alternative lodging for a more ‘local’ feel and often cost effective trip, consider rentals by owner. The preferred agent for these rentals is Savannah Getaways. Rentals can be viewed…(www.savannahgetaways.net)…(choose browse rentals, browse ALL listings and then choose the number of bedrooms, bathrooms, location etc., email to inquire about the rates and availability, and you may want to inform them if you will be female and traveling alone, as they do attempt to place you in a safe area. My preference is to stay closer to Bull Street, preferably East, and North of Gaston as the area is always hopping with tourists (areas nearer to Forsyth Park tend to grow a little shady after dark)…
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